12 April 2013

Walking along Soldiers Beach, Central Coast, N.S.W.

Just 30 klms from home, down the coast ...

 on arrival, 3.15 p.m., the skies changed several times over within the hour before leaving.

 It was over these sand-hills that I spotted the White-bellied Sea Eagle which made for my previous post, here.

 destination Pelican Point here, with some black cormorants 'way out' on the rock shelf


 and back again





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15 comments:

Digi-Irma said...

Beautiful series of photos Carole, the skies are super.
The last picture is also very nice with your name.
Greetings Irma

Liza said...

Amazing cloud formatios! Happy sky watching.

My sky.

Giga said...

Oprócz zmian chmur na niebie są piekne widoki morza i plaży. Pozdrawiam.
In addition to changing clouds in the sky are beautiful views of the sea and the beach. Yours.

Brian King said...

The cloud formations are beautiful! Excellent sky shots! I like the last photo, too!

diane b said...

Just fabulous. An empty beach to walk along for for miles with interesting skies.

Rosemary Aubut said...

Beautiful shots! I love the point! When submitting a photo to Google +, mouse over the header and arrows appear then click to find your photo! Good Luck!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

i love drawing in the sands. so fun. makes you feel like a kid again. great post. ( :

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

A fantastic sky and weather post. Marvelous photos of the dramatic sky. Amazing !

sceneoftranquility said...

Lovely sky and a beautiful beach.

Judy said...

Carole, I love that first image!! The dramatic clouds, and the surf - just beautiful!!!

TexWisGirl said...

i was oohing and aahing over the beautiful shore and gorgeous clouds. the last shot made me SMILE! :D

Geke said...

Skies can be so amazing. Love the pictures.

Jan Castle said...

I enjoyed your walk Carole...thanks!

Laura said...

beautiful views! I look forward to encountering the ocean and sky this summer:-)

Laura said...

I love photos of the ocean! The beautiful blue water, those waves, the clouds...I feel like I have had a little visit right there with you, Carole! Thanks so much!
hugs,
Laura