The rocks at Mona Vale beach have many different lines and faces.
The rain has gone, the sun has returned. A beautiful morning at Mona Vale, though the beach is closed.
Between Mona Vale and Warriewood there is a rock formation right on the beach. It’s impressive how the sea has sculptured the rock. Here are some images I took with my phone today.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
PS: In case you see snow flakes on our screen, don’t worry, even with all the Climate Change it doesn’t snow at Christmas in Australia.
During this year’s holiday in Croatia we drove through the Pelješac area which experienced a major bush fire only mid July: Rampaging Fires Threaten Villages in Croatia & Big Blaze Causes Havoc for Pelješac and Korčula. It was an eerie feeling to drive for kilometres through this area. More than 500 acres of forest were burned.
Near Pijavičino we stopped at a building ravaged by the bush fire as well as vandals.
After this experience it felt good to get back to ‘normality’.
Einszweidrei, im Sauseschritt
Läuft die Zeit; wir laufen mit.
The pictures below reminded me of W Bush’s words. The photos were taken during my trip through Germany late 2012.
I found a possible translation on the Internet:
On the double, one two three,
Time is running, so are we.
On the Easter Weekend we spent a day in the Blue Mountains outside Sydney. It was interesting to see how the trees made different statements as the sun and shadows moved during the day. And at times the mountains actually looked blue.