Friday, 2 May 2014

A sea sky

This may be the first of a bit of a run of quick posts.  I need to find some time to write for my longer blog - so this one will be a little neglected for a while.

I'm still going to post (and of course run WBW on Wednesdays), but there may not be much text for  while!

Hope you keep visiting.

This image of the sea / sky was taken at Walkerville, east of Melbourne.



You can find more skies from around the world at Sky Watch Friday.  SM

39 comments:

R. Mac Wheeler said...

pretty. cool destination for a paddle.

Sylvia K said...

Such lovely peaceful shot, Stewart!! Have a great weekend!!

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful!

cobie en bas van Es said...

die ligt daar wel heel erg mooi.

Brian King said...

That's gorgeous!

Arija said...

What a lovely, simple composition! The merging of sea and sky and the light is very pleasing indeed.

Linda W. said...

Nice shot. Interesting sea rock.

thewovenspoke said...

Very nice, have a great week.

Dave said...

Image is enough in this post Stewart, excellent image.

DesertHen said...

I like how the colors of sea and sky meld together to make a beautiful scene!

Naquillity said...

that's wonderful... i can see one paddleboarding out to it. it's a beautiful destination... have a great day~

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love to see these tiny islets. Beautiful picture. Happy Writing!!

Karen said...

Such a beautiful image, makes me wish I was there.

HansHB said...

A beautiful SWF composition, great colors!

Tammie Lee said...

beautiful and serene ~

Gail Dixon said...

It's really beautiful, Stewart!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Beautiful location and photo. It would be fun to explore!

jeannettestgermain said...

It's beautiful and little:)

ladyfi said...

This is a lovely shot.

Margaret Adamson said...

A beautiful shot. All the best for your writing and have a great weekend.

Irma said...

Hi Stewart,
Very nice rock in the sea, the colors are really great.
Beautiful composition.
Greetings Irma

Bob Bushell said...

Oh, that's nice Stewart.

DeniseinVA said...

A lovely rock and I wonder how many years it took the elements to form it.

Montanagirl said...

It's hard to determine how big that is, but it sure is impressive! Nice click, Stewart!!

marilyn said...

A beautiful scene.

Small City Scenes said...

Super!! MB

Jane said...

Very peaceful and thought provoking!

Beth @ "E." Lizard Breath Speaks said...

i want to swim out there & check it out. what a neat formation. ( :

have a lovely weekend.

Beate said...

That's an amazing picture! I'd love being there right now and just enjoy the view, letting my thoughts flow :)

Joyful said...

Great shot! Hard to tell where the sky ends and the water begins. Have a wonderful weekend.

Lakshmi said...

wow..what a shot..reminds me of the road trip I did between Adelaide and Melbourne along the coast a few months ago ..have got Australia too for Skywatch http://www.lakshmisharath.com/2014/05/02/birding-diaries-meet-australian-pelican/

Liz said...

That's lovely!

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful scene and pretty blues. Lovely shot, Stewart. Have a happy weekend!

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Wow! Great photo!

Thomas Lee said...

Interesting rock,i was wondering how it would look like at low tide.

lisa hermanson said...

What a fabulous island, captures the imagination.

Noushka said...

Hi Stewart,
Many thanks for your kind comment on my blog!
It has been a while since I visited you, sorry about that!
I am a very poor blogger right now and things will not improve!
I hope to able to tell you soon we might be coming to Australia at long last....
So hopefully one day we can meet! :)
I loved your birds from your last post, I have them on lawns around Sydney and the Blue mountains!
Can't wait to back... for good!!
Keep well!

NatureFootstep said...

an elephant with a swollen trunk :)

http://nfbild2.blogspot.se/2014/05/walpurgis-night-valborgsmassoafton.html

Pat Tillett said...

Beautiful photos Stewart! Erosion can make some beautiful sights.