THE BEACH WITH NO NAME

Between the Gayunda Wreck and Scotts Point you will find this pretty little beach. If you look on google maps nothing much shows up, but here you will find a car park, BBQs, green grassy parklands, wooded areas and the Gayundaย arboretum

I walk Chi around this area most days. It’s my favourite place on the Redcliffe Peninsula, Queensland, Australia. I can spend hours taking pictures down here with so many interesting subjects to capture. How many photographs can I take of the same set of stairs? I haven’t tired yet.

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Most weekdays we have the place to ourselves. The beach doesn’t appear to have a name so I call it My Beach.

 

 

Through the years I have learned
Some things worth the tellin’
And you’d be right in guessin’
That each and every lesson they were hard won (ref)

RAY LAMONTAGNE – For The Summer

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13 Responses to THE BEACH WITH NO NAME

  1. Reblogged this on Ace Friends News 2014 and commented:
    #AceFriendsNews – Beach with no Name.

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  2. AndrewGills says:

    Nice post. It makes em look forward to my month at home for Christmas. I live at Redcliffe so will take a walk down to the beach with no name when I am back.

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  3. Beautiful photos! I would love walking on this beach with no name every day ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. The beach looks very inviting ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. Lovely pics !!! Gorgeous.

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