Posted on March 29, 2013
Sundays on the bike. That’s what this blog is turning into!
I warn you, it’s probably not going to get much better!! I’m hooked on riding my little bike and I can hardly wait to get my next bike test done so I can graduate onto bigger bikes and explore a bit further. That will have to wait until the end of the year though my pretties.
So in the meantime, more pics from my rides on the little red Ninja and a few others, just because. Read More
Posted on December 4, 2011
It’s been too long since I went for a meander with the camera. I wanted to take some kite surf shots today – it was supposed to be windy with storm, but as it turned out, it was only windy for a few hours and then nothing.
Still as a still thing playing sleeping lions.
And then it got really overcast too.
I really thought I’d blown it and wasn’t going to get to go out at all.
Well, the rain and storms held off a few km out to sea and the sun kept finding a way through. In fact, the dark/light combination was kind of interesting.
Posted on August 16, 2009
We’ve had a few days of wind and woolly weather again here in Perth – 125kph (70+mph) winds and rain/hail/thunderbolts and lightning, very very frightening – well, not really, just very very wet.
The house held up well – the front door has been leaking worse than ever as the new seal seems to trap the water and allow it to seep under the door in larger volumes than ever. A new solution is needed and fast!
Anyway, Jay’s back has been really bad this weekend, so apart from attending the First Communion of the daughter of some friends of ours, we haven’t done a lot. In fact, today, Sunday, was so slumpy that the girls didn’t get changed from their PJ’s till 4:30 when I announced I was off to Point Peron to take some photos.
It chucked it down just as we were driving up the access road and the sky was very brooding, so I did wonder if it was a good idea to walk around the point. Its not too far, maybe 15 mins walk from the car to the furthest bit, but the rain here really is something else and there is no shelter at all. Anyway, as it happened, we managed to dodge the showers and had an excellent walk, saw loads of huge crabs in the rock pools, talked to the girls about erosion and stuff (once a geologist, always a geologist) and took some photos.
The walk on the way back was interesting as the storms has brought in thousands of Portuguese Man o’War jellyfish and spread them all over the beach – Piper didnt have shoes on and the stingers can be really nasty for several days – so that was good fun. Not. Most of them were tiny, but there were a few bigger ones with very long tentacles. Nothing by halves, this country.