Saturday, March 20, 2010

Beautiful Bruny Island


Cape Bruny Lighthouse built in 1836 by 12 convicts in 18 months

Walks along the beach and boat sheds

picking oysters of the rocks

cleaning the oysters

eating fresh oysters

cooking oysters kilpatrick

making sea shell clips

ocean views

natural light




Nicola Moss said...

Great images Candice. I don't imagine it gets much better than this.

Louvregirl said...

Wonderful photos Candice. Is that a 'hedgehog' in the last shot I wonder?

Candice Herne said...

Hi Louvregirl
Thanks for your comment.The top photo is of a Echidna or otherwise named a spiny ant eater. Echidna is also a mammal, like the Hedgehog. However Hedgehogs are not native to Australia. They are so cute with their little snouts digging in the dirt. Candyxx

Candice Herne said...

Hi Nicola I just need to catch a flathead then all will be great! Candyxx

sophie munns said...

This looks like a bit of heaven Candace!
love the photo you titled Bays - the way that long cloud is drawn out over the far headland echoing the line of the land in the foreground.
I keep hearing about Bruny Island...lovely that you got to spend time there, taste those oysters and take it all in!