On our 1st walk together, Stuart introduced me to the beauty of Springbrook National Park, so it was fitting that on our last walk we retraced our steps.
On completion of our walk we drove to Currumbin Creek and met up with family for a late picnic lunch in the warm winter sunshine. At about 4pm the men of the family allowed me a special hour on the Currumbin Beach just a short distance away.
Unfortunately the view to the east, of these clouds, told me what I didn't want to know - no 'super moon' viewing tonight. Oh well, the best laid plans......
I still spent a relaxed hour enjoying the beauty of the sunset colours, watching the avid surfers trying to catch the swells and listening to the gentle ebb and flow of the waves.
The previous evening we had also sat outside to watch moon rise. The sky was still so light that the moon was actually up for 10 mins before we spotted it.
On the morning of our walk, I was out and about at 6am with Laurel [dear friend and neighbour] to capture the moon set. Again we thought the clouds would win their game with us, but at the last moment they relented and we oohed and aahed as our cameras snapped again and again.
So glad I had these special days, as Walking Wednesday had to be cancelled because I've been slowed down with a nasty stomach bug. Roll on next Wednesday!
Happiness is ............
a visiting butterfly.
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