willperrett (8691) 2015-10-01 10:33
Don't tell me. You were sitting with friends and family in a lokanta on the waterfront, sipping a pre-prandial glass of wine, and watching the harbour lights come on. What a life. Beautiful.
P.S. there's some seriously big rigs in harbour tonight: 5 spreaders!!
willperrett (8691) 2015-10-01 10:24
Love your title, though I must say, this little chap is rather splendid. May have seen something like this in the Gosford Reptile Park, but not in the Daintree, though we did see a couple of (small) Salties. There was a big stink when we were there (all of 22 years ago) about the Cape Tribulation/Cooktown track that had recently been cut through along the coast North of the Daintree. It was intended to seal the road so that non-4WD vehicular access was available. Now that battle has been lost and the road a reality, I wonder what impact it's had on the area.
willperrett (8691) 2015-10-01 9:04
I like the graphic stripes. I'm reminded of the scene in "The Fall and Rise of Reggie Perrin", where he discards his clothes on the beach and disappears into the sea, apparently faking his own suicide. Let's hope the owner of these clothes isn't considering the same prank!
Gigidusud (18225) 2015-09-30 14:02
Vraiment une belle réussite cette capture du musée. La clarté de la pièce et les formes fond ressortir le tableau dans le fond. La présence humaine est un bonus ainsi que les reflets au sol. Excellente l'autre prise de vue dans le WS. Bravo!