photography . travellingOn 21. February 2020 by Cookie
While walking through Bunbury, I noticed the many murals for the first time. Around each corner, I found another great piece of art.
photography . wildlifeOn 20. February 2020 by Cookie
Penguin Island is a small island in the Shoalwater Bay and home to the Little Penguins. Unfortunately, if you visit during the daytime, you need to be really lucky to see those in the wild.
photography . travellingOn 19. February 2020 by Cookie
Fremantle is a nice, artsy town. We had a look around and got to see “Sculpture at Bathers” as well, an outdoor art exhibition.
photography . travellingOn 2. October 2019 by Cookie
We have been ballooning over the Avon Valley during sunrise.
photography . travellingOn 30. September 2019 by Cookie
Just a few kilometers outside of Three Springs, Australia’s biggest talc mine can be observed from a lookout.
photography . travellingOn 27. September 2019 by Cookie
In Three Springs in the Wildflower Country you can marvel at beautiful wildflowers that are blooming here in the springtime.
photography . thoughts . travellingOn 25. September 2019 by Cookie
The Central Greenough Historic Settlement is located a few kilometres north of Dongara. It consists of buildings built from 1863 to 1913 and has been restored by the National Trust.
camping . photography . travellingOn 23. September 2019 by Cookie
Wooramel Station lies 120 km south of Carnarvon and 340 km north of Geraldton. There is a campground attached to the working station, we spend our weekend there.
photography . wildlifeOn 17. September 2019 by Cookie
The Yardie Creek Walk Trail is most beautiful early in the morning. As we camped just next door on the Yardie Creek Campground, we were able to start early.
photography . travellingOn 11. September 2019 by Cookie
The old One Mile Jetty in Carnarvon is closed to the public, as it is quite derelict. But still, it is impressive to see the artifacts around this old building.