A walk along Surf Beach – with shell

I've been enjoying another relaxing few days at Phillip Island, where beauty and inspiration abound. This morning I took a walk at low tide along the south coast section of the island known as "Surf Beach" to Forrest Caves. With this week's WordPress photo challenge theme of SCALE in mind, I picked up a shell … Continue reading A walk along Surf Beach – with shell

Twinkle twinkle at the beach

'Tis the season for twinkling. In Australia that often means sun and the sea. We love our Christmases at the beach. I know we're not quite there yet (can it only be 12 days until Christmas?), but here's my take on TWINKLE for this week's photo challenge. This is the photo I immediately thought of … Continue reading Twinkle twinkle at the beach

Sunday journal ~ time out at Phillip Island

Winter sun. Wind. Waves. Words. Phillip Island in winter is quiet, serene, beautiful. With the blessing of a clear weekend, I hightailed down to the island this past weekend for some much-needed R&R and time alone with my WIP. It turned out to be one of the most relaxing and joyous weekends I've ever spent … Continue reading Sunday journal ~ time out at Phillip Island

The beachfront beckons

Here in Melbourne, Australia, Spring is well underway after a miserable, wet Winter. As the days lengthen and the evenings grow warmer, the temptation to venture out into the evening is strong.┬áBeckoned by the balmy air and lingering sunshine, I find myself donning track-pants and runners and heading down the driveway. I'm lucky enough to … Continue reading The beachfront beckons

The beach has many faces

I've just returned from spending the Easter long weekend at our family holiday house down at Phillip Island. At least once every visit I like to walk into town (Cowes) along the beach for breakfast. And every time I make this little half-hour pilgrimage for coffee and eggs, I find myself marvelling at the many … Continue reading The beach has many faces