Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Watery Wednesday ~ 7 New South Wales Coast



Sunrise at "Currawong", northern Sydney....
much better enlarged.

Thanks to 2sweetnsaxy we can bathe to our heart's
content so click on the Logo and pick your pool.

39 comments:

  1. Gorgeous sunrise. Like the way the reflection comes all the way to the beach.

    Yes, we have wild currants and gooseberries here at the canyon.

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  2. Fantastic shot -- particularly enlarged! Wonderful, breathtaking, Arija!

    Hope the rest of your week goes well!

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  3. Another beautiful spot in your world of sun and water. Thanks for your commnents on our grandsons. Winston is a delight to be around and I expect Lewis to be much the same.

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  4. This shot is certainly bathed in beauty!
    Love how you caught the waves gently gliding ashore.

    My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.

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  5. It doesn't get anymore peaceful than that......outstanding photo.

    Cheers
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  6. Another picture so evocative of another place and time.

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  7. Fantastic capture. I can see Sun rays in the water even at the beach end also.

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  8. *buries toes in sand* Sigh. Just what I needed on this hot day. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. I need to go to the beach after I have seen your nice/lovely photo.
    Every day we go to the pool for the kids will learn how to swim, but maybe I trip to the beach today.

    Elderberry drink.
    40 flowers
    4 slices lemons

    2 kg(kilogram) sugar
    2 l (liter) water
    Boil this two together and then pure it over the flowers and lemons

    25 g (gram) "Citronsyra" I think it is called Lemonacid
    Add this solved in the mixtures.

    Let it be on a cool place for 3 days, and then "strain off?", so you get ride og the flowers and lemon.

    Maybe use, Atamon - something that make it last longer (I guess you have something similar), You may not need it if you storage it in the freezer.

    Put in bottles.

    /Maria Berg

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  10. I knew someone who lived in NSW, then she just left. I miss her. I hope she blogas again soon. very beautiful seascape.

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  11. This is an absolutely lovely shot, I love the reflection of the sunrise on the water!

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  12. Beautiful sunrise at the shore! Thanks for your comment. I enjoyed reading posts at "Not all those who wander are lost."

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  13. My favorite view. Lovely post.
    Great shot.

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  14. After a year, you obviously don't need help or prodding to produce glorious images. This watery pic is perfect.

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  15. This is a wonderful picture. Love the rocks and sand and water.

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  16. What a fabulous photo, Arija. I always enjoy seeing you beautiful photos. You have a great eye for photography...

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  17. I love the way the rocks alter the pattern of the waves, so there are a number of semi-circles!
    And further down the page, I love the lone gum tree, and the flaming sunset with the trees in silhouette!! I have never seen a burgundy leaved geranium! I wish I could find one here!!

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  18. This shot is achingly poignant.

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  19. What a beautiful morning. I love the pattern the waves make on the beach. We are so fortunate to live beside the ocean. Thanks for sharing this beautiful shot.
    Smiles

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  20. I love this shot! Gorgeous sunrise - and the waves peaceful floating over the sand! Lovely!

    Thank you so much for your kind words when visiting me Arija.

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  21. What a beautiful sunrise over the ocean! You should frame this!

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  22. Lovely, makes me want to go back to the coast.

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  23. Love that magical swirl of foam coming in to shore! And the path of light from the sun enhances the beauty!

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  24. I love to dip my feet in the cool waters with the warm morning sun. Very lovely !

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  25. That is such a beautiful shot. I would love to feel that wet sand beneath my feet and the wind in my face. :-)

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  26. This is just so beautiful, you capture nature so well! Have a great weekend!

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  27. That's more than gorgeous.
    What a wonderful view!

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  28. I clicked the photo and in its larger rendition it is absolutely stunning! I can almost hear the water rushing upon the sand!

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  29. What a gorgeous looking spot.

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  30. ummm, I could walk right into that scene!

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  31. I let out a big sigh looking at this one and I needed it...sigh...

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  32. I love your photos - they are very pretty. Thank you for sharing. Michelle

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