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 mud flats are very important for the migrating shore birds. Every year they come to the mud flats to feed.
Another print that found its origin in our holiday on Stradbroke Island. This print pictures the seagulls riding the waves.
Our weekly walks at Bramble Bay give a different view on the mud flats every time.
I saw a group of soldier crabs exploring the beach. Most of them hesitant, but professionally lead by their sergeant.
On a holiday at Stradbroke Island we went to Cylinder Beach, where the water is crystal clear. The ocean colors green and blue.