|Sony 70-200mm - Kirra Hill [Click image to enlarge]|
Sorry for the gap, but I've been on vacation at the beach.
For those of you unfamiliar with the geography of Brisbane City and the State of Queensland: While Brisbane (in the southeast corner of Queensland) is semi-tropical, for beaches you need to head north to the "Sunshine Coast" or south to the "Gold Coast."
From Brisbane we went 100 kilometers south to the southernmost part of the Gold Coast — Coolangatta. Coolangatta is just at the border of New South Wales.
Australian Spring is the time of the whale migration back to the Arctic and we could often see them from the beach. (And, no, the 70-200mm was not long enough to provide useful shots.)