End of Day

Square Perspectives Photo Challenge ~ Australian Landscapes #23

Destination: Bulcock Beach, Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, Queensland

Life at the beach doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. In the middle of summer the evening air is balmy and the water is the perfect temperature.

As the eastern sky takes on a rosy sunset glow, friends and families gather for beach-side picnics.

In the west the sun sinks towards the horizon, laying down a gilt trail across the calm waters of Pumicestone Passage.

This is my favourite time of day at the beach.

 

While our travel plans are on hold I’m joining in every day with Becky’s July Square Perspectives Photo Challenge over at The Life of B. The rules are simple: photos must be square and fit the theme of perspective. My posts represent the definition of perspective as a vista – seeing something over distance or time.

31 thoughts on “End of Day

  1. Oh my, those photos look so inviting. 🙂
    I agree with Jude – summer evenings used to be warmer when I was a child, and the days were longer. I can explain the longer days because where I lived in Scotland it didn’t start to get dark until about 10pm, or later the closer it was to midsummer.

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    • Good thinking, best to stay away at the moment. This was last November, so well before Covid. Having said that, we have just 5 active cases in Queensland at the moment and travel isn’t restricted so there would be people there now. It’s mid-winter here so it would look a little different.

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