Sorry about the radio silence; we've been away, supposedly to find warmth and sunshine but we were up to our usual tricks and broke the Queensland drought, on the coast anyway.
The Glass House Mountains as seen from Bribie Island, so named as they reminded Captain Cook of glass furnaces as used in Britain at the time. Note the stormy sky!
Pelican on Noosa river. There were very few pelicans around as they had all gone to Lake Eyre in South Australia to make babies. Lake Eyre is usually a dry lake that fills at 3 to 10 year intervals so my question is how does a pelican from 2,000 kms away know there is water in the lake?
Lace backed monitor lizard seen when we took a boat trip up the Noosa river to the Everglades.
A rather wet kookaburra trying to dry on the wet fence.
No fibre to show, what with damaged leg (still healing) and a cold which has left me with what folks are calling the 48 day cough and the rain I didn't even get near the shops but it was a good break and now looking forward to sitting at the looms.
Of course, it seems we missed some super sunny days at home and its now cold and stormy as seen from my kitchen window, the surf is really wild.