This first set of pictures was taken while walking in the section from Point Bunsbury to the Barham River mouth. Next time, I will experiment with the larger ball. Additionally: be careful when shooting in sunny conditions! I forgot this until part of my hand started to rapidly heat up. Paradise Picnic Ground
Taken on our first night in Apollo Bay. We had just crossed the bridge over Barham River. Later, we saw a koala in a tree near our fishing spot. My cousin had seen them in the trees behind the flat, two streets back from town. A good time of year for koalas.
It was our second day in Apollo Bay. We had arrived around dinnertime the night before so hadn’t gotten in our harbour fix. Mum and I were both distracted photographing the undersides of meridiaster gunni, the six armed cushion star. Seth kept on calling us over to look at this ‘sludge’ he found but we were […]
One of my obsessions is trying to tell the difference in the ages of immature pacific gulls. Yes, I need a life. Yes, there are more important things to be researching. I don’t care. Pacific gulls are awesome 🙂
With most of the photos here, I’m not going to even try to identify. I will however add limpets to my list of things I want to photograph in the future. The below photos are egg masses of an air-breathing limpet. Quite possibly the species they were photographed near! Red-handed shrimp. Unknown limpit.