A walk in the forest on a sunny Sunday morning. The bright green and dense undergrowth fill the entire scenery.
During sunrise I saw a mangrove at Nudgee Beach reflected in the water. Only a feeding egret disturbed the reflective surface of the water.
The cliffs of the Shorncliffe beachfront are exceptionally beautiful and old.
The mud flats are very important for the migrating shore birds. Every year they come to the mud flats to feed.
Some summer days are really hot. The hot wind blows through the bulrush and the bright sun sears your skin.
The tango is one of the most fascinating dances. It is a feast for the eye to see the couples dance so beautifully and full of passion.
In 1928 one of the most beautiful parrots of Australia became extinct. Nobody understood how this could happen.
This print reminds me of the walks in the forests in The Netherlands during autumn. Beautiful colored leaves in different shapes and the smell of the moistly soil.