The Capture the Colour contest is a new internet photography competition, where we need to have five photographs: white, green, blue, yellow and red. Christine over at Almost Fearless has tagged me to join in (thanks, Christine)!
We spent Christmas Day on the beach, where my six-year-old daughter found this sea-lion. That Christmas will go down as one of our most special, as we also got to watch dolphins herding salmon to eat while we were playing in the water and on the sand.
In the remote Pilbara region of Australia, we spent some time camped at Karijini National Park. My wife woke me up at an ungodly hour one morning saying, “it’s really misty, jt looks pretty, you should come and see it.” My first impression was to tell her just what she could do with her mist, but I changed my mind once I peaked out the window. This early morning sunrise is in a National Park that is best known for its breath taking gorges. Although it looks yellow here through the mist, the fine red dust that gets into everything is actually more characteristic of the region.
Much of the Aussie outback is famous for its fine, red dust. This dust gets into everything. The clothes may as well be thrown out once this dust gets into them. And as for sweeping, or dusting … ugh.
Margaret River is well-known in Australia for their wines. The landscaping and restaurants at the individual wineries make the wineries a great day out.
I turned around while packing the car after a long day at the beach and saw this. I just had to capture that moment.
I’d like to nominate the following blogs to join me in “Capture the Colour”