Me and My Camera to Bribie Island


On the Bribie Bridge

I am setting off to Bribie Island this morning, with my camera and my bike  – to go to the movies and then ride my bike around the island later.  I am endeavouring to de-stress as I have had a lot going on, and I have taken on too much.  Hence a rather dramatic visit to hospital last week.

This morning I read a post from The Daily Post which I subscribe to, where Michelle speaks of taking photos from the plane window.  I don’t do it with my Canon SLR but I do so with either my Samsung Digital or my Samsung phone.  I do get strange looks!!!

She posted this with an awesome photo of wonderful flower beds below.  It would be hard to come across something as amazing as this in Australia – though across the Tulip beds in spring just north of Melbourne, you could.  You’d have to be very lucky to be there at the right time of year, and get the plane to take a route across the tulips.

I am fortunate that I have many places for awesome photography close by – being in a semi-rural area does have many advantages, especially as I am close by a river and the sea.

Today, after the movie has finished, I will park my car in a safe place and extricate my fold up electric bike from the back of my car, don my helmet and armed with camera set off.  I powered the bike up yesterday, and am all set to go.

So a bit of a rest day.  Perhaps add some photos to one of my blogs, and then make some “Devils on Horseback” (prunes and bacon) for an evening out with friends in Beachmere.


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2 Responses to Me and My Camera to Bribie Island

  1. debbie says:

    oh, the beautiful bribie bridge!
    you live in the hinterland?
    bribie is quite unique, isnt it, lots of mulga and shrublands still left there….

    happy to see a picture of the bribie bridge this morning 🙂

    • Di Hill says:

      Hi Debbie,

      I live at Beachmere. I love tripping over to Bribie! I see you have an interest in China. I was an English teacher in China a few years ago. Love China.

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