Tag: #moretonbay

365 Grateful – Day 182

I’m grateful for community art groups who collaborate, have visions, and create thought-provoking artworks to suit the environment on which they stand. The photograph above is part of ‘The Mudflat Sculpture’ constructed in the early 1990’s at Lota Camping Reserve, Lota.  Lota is a nearby suburb to me. […]

365 Grateful – Day 122

One of these things is not like the others, One of these things just doesn’t belong, Can you tell which thing is not like the others By the time I finish my song? Recognise the song from Sesame Street?  I remember Sesame Street from when I was a […]

365 Grateful – Day 115

Today I needed some time out of the house and out in the great outdoors and nature.  I bundled just myself, my handbag, and my camera into the car and I set off on my much-needed solitary outing.   I’d been all over the place – Manly, Lota, Wynnum […]

365 Grateful – Day 96

I’m grateful for a lovely morning having brunch with a friend today! Today’s photograph is a collage of some snaps taken with my phone this morning at the gorgeous Wellington Point.  We had coffee and brunch at the Point of View Restaurant Cafe.

365 Grateful – Day 44

Today I’m grateful for WATER.  Water to drink and nourish us and the water of Moreton Bay to look out upon, letting its magic relax me. I met a friend today for Melbourne Cup Day brunch at my favourite local cafe – ‘Cafe la Mer’ at the East […]

Pandanus Beach – Wynnum

Pandanus Beach at Wynnum is a secret little haven.  Of course it doesn’t have crashing surf and doesn’t stretch for miles like our neighbours at the Sunshine Coast or the Gold Coast, but it is our little bit of beach near home and it is unique!   You see, […]

365 Grateful – Day 23

I’m grateful that I live near water!  Moreton Bay to be exact!  I find water incredibly soothing and peaceful and I’m so grateful that I have access to its soothing effects whenever I want.  This photo is taken from my favourite cafe at Manly – ‘Cafe le Mer’.  […]

Wynnum Wading Pool

Locals are very proud of the Wynnum Wading Pool which is located on the Wynnum foreshore. The pool was built during the Depression in 1932, at a spot where there was a small indentation known as the saltpan.  This tidal pool can retain the seawater by closing valves […]

Wynnum Mangrove Boardwalk

Today I’m letting out my inner environmental science geek and taking you with me on a walk along the Wynnum Mangrove Boardwalk which is on Moreton Bay and is part of the Moreton Bay Marine Park.  I won’t rattle on too much, we’ll mostly just walk and enjoy […]