Continuing the further adventures up north down under…
I found out this thing called a sunrise. It was weird. You can tell I’m never a morning person.
If we weren’t pressed for time, would you reckon we’d have ourselves that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?
With about 3800 litres of fuel consumed in a single trip. Where do you think we’re off to this time?
Yup you guessed it. Out to the reef for a little bonding with nature.
So down the hatch we go. Incognito.
It makes you wonder. When no one’s looking, do fish use this as a tabletop?
When you think about it, some of these corals have more brains than some idiots we have to deal with everyday.
I couldn’t find those Anemone where Nemo lived. But I think I got a Dory somewhere. Either that or I got blue dots. Still, it looked mighty impressive at the time.
Ooops, bad weather seems to be closing in. But can you just imagine all those reefs in the background during a clear day?
Away from the reefs, the sea tends to be a little choppy.
Which is more than one can take if they haven’t taken their seasickness pills early.
Sometimes in moments like this, it makes you wonder where heaven ends and the world below us begins.
The reason why we didn’t have more pictures from out in the Great Barrier Reef. Nevertheless, we drew in some representative photos to show you just what else we did.
Do dogs like the salt water of the sea? This one sure did.
Could you ever be lost in the innocence of sea where it has no memory?
Looks like this is going to be the longest photo series to date. Stay tuned for the last of the series tomorrow. Make sure you don’t miss out on that one, because if you do. Well…you can always look at it another day right?