Definition of Perfection April 28, 2010 Helene Colour contrast Little Beach, Albany Incomparable nature! Why would we try to improve it? Giant Tingle Tree Sunset at Prevelly beach
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Breaching like the beached whales we’ll be after we’ve eaten our way round Margaret River…. Back to that hot radar for you young lady – safety is more important!!
Was that a breach or two or a beach or two Helene? 🙂
Off to bed now as have to get up at 4.45am tmrw for the 5.30am start. Some of us are still slaving away over a hot radar…. ;D
Hmm, today was cab sav for lunch at Voyager Estate! Yummmm!
And yes we’ll be spouting all sorts of stories, maybe admitting to a breach or two? 🙂
…..and I’m sure you’ll have a whale of a tale to tell about your lovely, relaxing & well deserved holiday when you return to Cairns, refreshed & revived Helene. 🙂
Oh thank goodness you could see the whale tail too Sandy – I’d hate to think I was the only one drinking champagne at noon….. ;D
It does look like a whale! Sandy, your patch of paradise sounds divine. And sorry for laughing, but it must feel like Brett only overnights in Bris… Enjoy those days!
That’s definitely a whale’s tail, Sala. Also kinda looks like the horizontal stabilisers on a Dash tail. And might I add while we’re on the subject of perfection, that our lunch venue today included a view, framed by banksia and deep green pine, out over a golden, sandy beach to blue water. For company we had a couple of Friar birds, rainbow lorikeets, Brahminy kites, a fleet of pelicans and the magnificence of some white breasted sea eagles. Yeah, we went out in the boat while Brett was overnighting in Brisbane.
Is it just me or does the ‘Colour Contrast at Little Beach, Albany’ photo look like the tail and belly of a whale sunbathing in the shallow water? ;D
Sandy, I’d love to use WA – it’s just lovely, but that story might have to wait until we’re safely ensconced on our yacht. Then I can spend six months in one place!
Now all we have to do is keep saving for that yacht…
Hey Helene, Can I make a guess that the next book may have aspects of WA in it?