My Girl

Here’s my beautiful girl Ruby again. I was sitting at the table working on my laptop when she decided that she couldn’t get close enough, so she found a way to get onto the table and lay by me. Not normally something I would allow her to do but I let it go just this once. I think she was trying to tell me something in the last photo. Precious girl 🙂

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More God Rays

Both photos were taken from the Esplanade, Cairns where I captured more sun rays. In the first photo I captured tourist boats taking off for Green Island. I love those sun rays; they’re just heavenly 😉

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God Rays

We were on the way from Innisfail to Cairns when we spotted the sun pushing through the clouds over mountains. So my husband (being the good man that he is) stopped on the side of the road so that I could take a few photos. Whenever I see sun rays like this I see a little opening to heaven. I call them God Rays. DSC_3367-2 DSC_3383-2

God Rays

A Day in the Park

I took this photo back in September when we went to Toowoomba for the weekend. Toowoomba is a regional city about an hour and a half drive west of Brisbane with a population of approx 160,000. It is nicknamed “The Garden City” and boasts about 150 public parks. This is an example of one of them. Toowoomba holds a “Carnival of Flowers” every September and the city is dressed in glory with flowers everywhere, and I mean everywhere! It’s a beautiful city and one of my favourite places to be in Spring. More photos to come soon 🙂

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A Day in the Park

On the Way to Mt Tibrogargan

Mount Tibrogargan is one of the many mountains in the Glass House Mountains National Park, north-northwest of Brisbane, Australia. It is a volcanic plug of hard alkali rhyolite that squeezed up into the vents of an ancient volcano 27 million years ago.

Tibrogargan is one of the most easily recognised mountains in South East Queensland, bearing some resemblance to a gorilla or old man hunched over. However, in 2004 parts of the rock face that resembles the eyes eroded and subsequently crumbled off.

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On the Way to Mt Tibrogargan