Added for Jennifer’s Foggy
On my kayak back in February. Wind has picked up time to go inAt home today. Wattles in full flower getting knocked around by the wind.Added for Ailsa’s Wind travel theme
This photograph was taken over Port Phillip Bay in February this year. Watching approaching storms is part of the wonder of being there. For Jennifer’s Storm.
Another year of visiting our caravan down on Port Phillip Bay has come to an end. Summer was not real hot this year; nor Autumn terribly warm. It’s a long drive there and in many ways we are glad that it has come to an end. When we arrive there, however, we just love it. I think Jo and I are good candidates for tiny houses. We would have to back off on all the crap first! My “This to That” just emphasizes the great weather change we see there between February and April.
No better place to be, but on my kayak when it is smooth
I have spent a very relaxing, and focussed (no, not focused which would rhyme with accused) week down at our caravan by Port Phillip Bay. Like my sister, Francesca, I took a few snaps there. Check hers here. It is a beautiful place but if you want to know a little more, check my sister’s words. Added for Ailsa’s environment
For Cee’s Odd Ball
I really enjoy the sheer scale of the sky. Especially when it puts on a show. For Daily Post: Scale.
Port Phillip, is a large bay in southern Victoria, Australia; it is the location of Melbourne. Geographically, the bay covers 1,930 square kilometres (745 square miles) and the shore stretches roughly 264 km (160 miles). At not many points on the Bay, can you look around and see the shores on the other side. On this particular night you could see everything. Daily Post Twinkle
My family spends a lot of its Autumns at the the beach. This photograph was taken near the end of April, equivalent to the North’s late October, at the Mornington Peninsula. A reminder of the Winter to come, and snuggling up in the caravan. It seemed at the time that only a few days ago we were swimming, kayaking and soaking up the sun here.
We are thinking now of the coming Summer and returning to this lovely place in February. For Ailsa’s travel theme: Autumn