Ein bisschen Treppensteigen hinauf zum Kings Park! 🤣 Nicht ganz einfach und angenehm mit ner kleinen Erkältung aber oben konnte man sich dann entspannen.. 🤩 Ich hoffe ihr hattet einen guten Start in die neue Woche! :) Noch 1 1/2 Monate arbeiten, dann gehts weg hier. 😆
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We are loving the sun and blue skies after series of heavy rains. 60 Foot Falls and Blue Wren trails at Ellis Brook Valley Reserve are our winter favorite every year. We had so much rain, we even saw a waterfall at the old quarry which wasn't there last year! The wildfowers are slowly waking up to the spring with array of colors and beautiful diversity. Hello Spring! We've miss you!
New stock just arrived. Come and meet the maker and taste these wonderful Biscotti tomorrow between 11 and 1 in Figtree Lane
3 202 hours ago
This latest I-phone is pretty schmick....and this little 🐠 fishing hamlet on the north coast of Western Australia is so quaint and a long way from the hussle an bussle of the city. I know where I’d rather be !!
Montgomery Reef is a spectacular sight to see. I have been lucky enough to see and experience this stunning phenomenon by sea, land and air during my time working for @truenorthadventurecruises and other charter boat companies operating in the Kimberley region. As the tide drops from nine meters Montgomery Reef appears to rise up off the ocean floor.
The reef is off the Kimberley coast of Western Australia, situated at the southwestern end of Camden Sound and surrounds the Yawajaba (Montgomery) Islands.
It has a total area of 400 square kilometres (154 sq mi) making it Australia's largest inshore reef; its length is about 80 kilometres (50 mi). Montgomery reef is subject to has an unusual wide tidal range, up to 10 metres (33 ft). When the tide is out, vast lagoons, sandstone islets, and a central mangrove island are revealed. The outward movement of the tide forms a torrent of water, creating a river cutting through the reef and hundreds of cascading waterfalls. At low tide, more than 4 metres (13 ft) of the reef can be exposed.
@taos_oceanadventure sharing my point of view of this beautiful and unique part of the world we call home