I had been meaning to take a picture of this sign for a while, but never managed to get around to it. Then one day, I was in the right place, with the right lens and a little bit of light. So this picture is in Queenscliff in Victoria - an old fishing port rebirthing itself these days a tourist destination. It has one of the best fish and chip shops in the Known Universe.
The image is inspired by a theme / idea from one of my favourite books.
So, what am I on about? Well lets see if you can work it out - I dont think its too hard.
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Great capture! specially, everyone should follow this rule.ReplyDelete
Are we talking Australian widlife here Stewart as in "Jaws"? Is so I claim any prize.ReplyDelete
Well whatever you are about I think you have 'sneaker waves there just like on the ocean up here and they will zip you right out to certain doom. MBReplyDelete
After my recent ocean scare I am definitely mindful of this! BTW I found a way to bypass that pesky Blogger rule that only allows you to follow a certain number of blogs (300) so I am finally following your blog now Stewart!ReplyDelete
Dat staat er niet voor niets.ReplyDelete
That's a neat photo, and I like the sign!ReplyDelete
Nice one Stewart! I have an under current to me, that many people don't know about.ReplyDelete
About Queenscliff... I know that a lot of people hate tourist destinations (or tourist traps), but in many cases, it is the only way that the history of places like this get preserved.
I thought of Jaws but then I thought you would be thinking of something on a higher literary plane than that so I'm stumped.ReplyDelete
nice snapshot Stewart in good light but I have no clue...ReplyDelete
So are you trying to snake past that sign. Are you all healed now? Great capture, have a happy week!ReplyDelete
I have no idea either. Now if you were in America I would say it has to do with the government.ReplyDelete
I'm stumped on the literary connection, but it's a neat shot.ReplyDelete
In "The World According to Garp"' the young boy thought his father was warning him to be careful of the the Undertoad. Probably not the correct answer, though! When will you tell us???ReplyDelete
What a lovely scene.ReplyDelete
Great image Stewart! I don't have a clue either!ReplyDelete
Interesting sign!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
Not sure about the literary reference but I LOVE the white breakers on the horizon. You've almost fooled me into thinking it's summer down there! :)ReplyDelete
I don't have a clue either Stewart!!!Nice sign!!ReplyDelete
Nope...can't come up with a literary connection...cool shot though!!!ReplyDelete
Nice shot....and have no clue which book you are refering to!ReplyDelete