Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Spot the redhead.....!


It's still a little chilly first thing in the morning and evening here in Perth, but if you 'rug up' it's perfect for a walk around Hillary's Boat Harbour, about five minutes from home. The above view (pesky lamp lights don't make it easy) is looking across from the boat slips to The Breakwater and the Bascule bridge on the boardwalk. Continuing around, another view through the 'Wind Rose' that I showed you here, reading your comments from that post made me smile :) Middle of the working week already..s'crazy! Take care, and stay safe.....

33 comments:

  1. Love your view through the "Wind Rose" and what great night shots!! Hope your week is going well, Grace! Enjoy!!

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  2. Very nice evening pictures..... i like the wonderful lightning.

    Greetings, Joop

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  3. Very nice.....I like chilly:) And with those views I'd be in heaven:)

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  4. Took me a minute or two but I did :). Loving Perth!

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  5. Beautiful night shots, Grace!
    If I take a walk in the evening, I do not take a tripod with me ... ohh!

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  6. Five minutes from home, oh, Grace, lucky you :-)
    I really look so much forward seeing, hearing and smelling the sea. Great pics.
    I dread the journey, but I can´t wait to see the result!

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  7. Hellooo! This has little to do with your post subject matter other than I was interested to learn more about the Bascule Bridge so I hit the link. Little did I know the meaning of the word "bascule": a draw bridge or small bridge. I grew up on a street named Bascule Avenue and never knew where it came from or what it meant. Thanks!

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  8. Fabulous photos, I love them Diane

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  9. I love these night time shots and yes, I did spot the redhead! I love all the lights reflected in the water.

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  10. I finally spotted her, Grace! What a lovely spot that is.

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  11. Excellent photograph at the top!

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  12. Nice photos and I did spot the redhead. Nice that they named the harbor after Hillary!

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  13. Yeah I see the redhead and I love your pics, thanks Grace! Joy x

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  14. Very nice night shot, Grace. From this angle the rose looks like a ships sail.

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  15. Great photos! It's not easy to get good night photos like this.
    Even with the light, the second one also came out well.

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  16. Spotted!:) Brilliant pictures, you managed to take the light and make it so atmospheric - lovely night photos!

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  17. Your red head blends in very well! Great shots as usual.

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  18. Great shots Grace! We have arrived in Perth and I have been having great fun exploring all the wonderful places for photos! Although my blogging is so behind due to all the travel, etc. I'm still blogging about the other side of Australia and that time was over a month ago. Anywho, we are in a little apartment across from UWA. Can you and I meet up for a cup of coffee/lunch one day? (Within biking range if possible) We leave next Sat, Nov 2. Today we're crewing with some folks in the Royal Perth Yacht Club Wed. races! Woot! Woot!

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  19. I don't think I'll ever be able to wake up this early, but it looks like a wonderful place for an evening walk too!

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  20. Nigh photography is not easy Grace but you have sure mastered it.

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  21. I love the reflections in your first composition, so beautiful lights and that modern sculpture is beautiful as well!
    You got amazing pictures Gracie, congrats!
    hugs
    Léia

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  22. I guess we are looking at evening photos and not ones taken early morning.

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  23. Lovely night photos, don't think I have been to Hillary's harbour at night.

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  24. Red head? WHAT red head?? Oh ... THAT Red head!! Cool shots - and yet another place to add to my list ...

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  25. Rug Up...that is a new one on me...and I like it. Do you also use Un Rug ? :)

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  26. Great night photos! I would be able to render the colours in this same way...Arianna

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