Monday, 5 March 2012

Our World Tuesday - Phillip Island Surf

I suppose many of the images I post here are not typically ‘Australian’ as far as the rest of the world is concerned – although some of the large spiders may fit the bill!

So, I’ll give into cliché and post a surfing shot.

This was taken off the beach at Phillip Island, which is a couple of hours East of Melbourne.

I was rather pleased with the timing of this shot. Seems that trying to take pictures of birds leaping from leaf to leaf is a transferable skill!

You can find more pictures from around the world at Our World Tuesday.

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Enjoy the pictures.


  1. Stewart this is a magnificent shot! It appears shooting birds is a transferable skill, it gives one patience to get a shot such as this one! Well done, have an amazing week!

  2. very nicely done - both him and you. :)

  3. Great capture Stewart! It's great when you get the timing just right. Shooting birds definitely is a transferable skill.

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  4. What a terrific capture, Stewart! It is wonderful when ones timing is just right and just the right moment, isn't it! Beautiful surf and a great shot of the surfer! Hope your week is off to a good start!


  5. Great action shot!

  6. Great action shot!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River.

  7. Stewart, great action shot. The water and scenery is gorgeous too. Thanks for sharing your world. Have a great week!

  8. A great action shot of something many Aussies love to do ....go surfing'!

  9. awesome action looks like he is flying in the air...and the blue sea as background makes it even more you the longing for summer fun!