Chrysaora wurlerra

One Four Challenge – May Week 1

May has arrived really quickly, and with it the One Four Challenge.  When our host Robyn Gosby at Captivate Me posted on Monday, I thought “OMG, better get my act into gear!” Truth be known, I have enjoyed the break from photo processing, but have collected plenty of material to play with.  So it is…

Fluorescent Garfish

Electrifying show at the Prom

For our last trip to Wilsons Promontory with friends Greg and Ann before we take the boat back to the Gippsland Lakes, the sailing was ordinary, but the light show at night was electrifying! 

East Moncoeur and Curtis Islands, Bass Strait

Wilsons Promontory from the Sea

A friend of ours joined us for his first ever sailing trip from Port Albert to Wilsons Promontory, the southern most tip of mainland Australia.  We have known one another for many many years, however Trevor is the type who normally gets seasick just standing on a pier and avoids boats like the plague.

Unusual Jellyfish Encounter

Sometimes a simple weekend away turns out to be absolutely perfect.  We recently spent three days at Wilsons Promontory, inside Refuge Cove.  The weather was brilliant. We sailed slowly from Port Albert on the Friday morning and briskly back on the Sunday afternoon.  For three days we chose to stay put, having spider webbed ourselves…