There are beautiful sunrises and sunsets here and viewing is from the back of the home area where there is the staff living quarters and a holding paddock and dam. The home property is shaded with many different trees. Another beautiful day has begun.
I was on the Ferry from Redland Bay returning to Macleay Island when the sunset began. Because the ferry was crowded and I was squashed into a corner, I just watched the sky color and other passengers taking photos with their mobiles. Then suddenly the ferry stopped and everyone started looking to the side. ThereContinue reading “Sunset over the Sea”
I see the moonrise is at 4.32, and I rush down to Corroboree Park to see the moonrise. The sunset is beginning too, and the clouds hide the moon. Then I see the sunset on the other side of the Island…and I run to try and get some of the sunset too. I run throughContinue reading “Moonrise at Corroboree Park”
It was a dull cold morning with a sharp freezing wind that cut through my body as I walked along the beach beside the water. The sky was grey. I gave up and walked up to the surf Club where a small coffee stand was serving hot coffee and breakfast snacks and walked back toContinue reading “Sunrise and Sunset Kingscliff”
After the Circus I walked back to Redland Bay and took the ferry back to Russell island. To my delight, it was sunset time and I was treated to a beautiful sunset over the water. I noticed small boats fishing and realised they were prawning. Often prawns can be caught sitting on the bottom around weedyContinue reading “Prawn Fishing at Sunset”
The last February Sunrise on the Southern Moreton Bay Islands was spectacular. I took the 5.20 am Ferry from Russell island to Redland Bay Marina, taking photos as the colors deepened and changed with vivid intensity. When the sun is low on the horizon during sunrises and sunsets, the sunlight travels through more of the atmosphere. ShorterContinue reading “Sunrise Over the Sea”
Astromomical twilight begins… (full darkness ends)…04:19Nautical twilight begins (First light)04:47Civil twilight begins (Dawn) 05:15Sunrise05:39….Transit (sun is at its highest)12:00Sunset18:21 Civil twilight ends (Dusk)18:45Nautical twilight ends (Nightfall)19:13Astromomical twilight ends (full darkness starts)19:41 Moon phase Full Moon TimezoneAustralia/Brisbane The term “dawn” is synonymous with the start of morning twilight. “Sunrise” occurs the moment the disc of the sun peeks aboveContinue reading “Summer Sunrise”
Tin Can Bay did not disappoint me. I got the most beautiful sunrise that covered the bay with color, that filled the water, and that reflected onto the shore and the surroundings. I ran from spot to spot taking photos and smiling to myself. I am so happy when I am surrounded by a sunrise.Continue reading “Red Sunrise at Tin Can Bay”