As I’ve just joined Spoonflower as a designer, I’m now able to enter their design challenges. There is a different theme each week and a recent theme that stood out to me was ‘Hometown Tea Towel’. I’ve wanted to create a Sunshine Coast-themed tea towel design for awhile now so
I was lucky to spend just over a week in an old beach house at Peregian Beach earlier this year (my international in-laws were visiting and I wanted to show them how beautiful the Sunshine Coast is!). I’ve only recently had a chance to look through the many many pics
When I’m at the beach early in the morning, I often have the same photography routine – get there before sunrise, set up the tripod and do some experimental long shutter speed shots, then get some nice landscape photos as the sun rises, then put the camera in the waterproof
Actually the morning before – an early start this Xmas Eve at my usual spot, Mudjimba Beach!
As part of my ongoing quest to get a perfect wave photo, I end up with some interesting experimental images! All of these were taken at Cylinder Beach, North Stradbroke Island – clear turquoise waters which are a dream! The first image I am particularly proud of 🙂
These are my photos from my second early morning at Mudjimba last weekend – what a start to the day! Old Woman Island: Lots of small pumice stone washed up: Beach erosion:
Lately the weather in south-east Queensland has been absolutely spectacular – stunning skyscapes, a full moon, and warm clear days. Beautiful enough to get me out of bed early and down to the beach – the reward being amazing light and lots of photo opportunities. Here are the results from