Anthony got some great photos of the little egrets squabbling and a pied oystercatcher flyby so things went really well.
We drove on further to Lucinda, the gateway to Hinchinbrook Island which looked great with the low clouds hanging over the mountains. A very picturesque spot but not much of a town. It’s all about sugar here. The 5.76 km long jetty from the bulk sugar terminal is amazing to see.
So we had a great morning exploring our surrounds and even had time to pop back to the Tyto wetlands for a few hours this afternoon. Anthony has changed some settings on his camera and is getting even more amazing flyby photos now. We never get sick of walking around here as you never know what you will see, it’s fantastic.
Please enjoy the pics, there’s plenty of them, tomorrow we will head down to Jourama Falls, another beautiful spot in nature.
Bye for now, Steph and Anthony.
A really cool video of Humpbacks frolicking
Wow wow wow, what a day🤩🤩🤩🤩 We spent most of the day with friends sitting on the rocks on top of Grassy Head watching the Humpback Whales migrating south with their new babies in tow. They came so close, it was very windy so I’ve added some nice relaxing music to my video. A couple of Dolphins came in too and one went surfing with the whales, yes I know, hard to believe but I captured it on my video, just fantastic to see. It was hard to pull ourselves away as in the distance we could see so many more splashes still coming, I think anyone out whale watching today from any of the coastal viewpoints would have had a fantastic day.
Anthony didn’t get too many pics but their white tails and amazing blue ocean make for great photography.