Eds Sunday Stills, The next challenge: On the Water

On the water – This weeks challenge involves water and we have plenty of it here in the Northern Rivers and only being 10 minutes from the beach so a few to choose from.

Brunswick Heads is on the Brunswick River and at the little harbour there where the trawlers come in of course are a bevy of pelicans waiting for some left overs from the fishermen.

The last photo is of my favourite place, of course Snapper Rocks at sundown with the seagull enjoying the sunset and if you look closely you can see there are still a couple of people out surfing.

For more On the water challenge photos, please head over to Ed’s page here.

Categories: Photo Journal


  1. the water reflections are beautiful!


  2. I love these bird captures, Kaz. The last one took my breath away!!


    • Thanks Amy 🙂 I love the pelicans, they have so much character but funnily enough good old seagulls I always want to take for some reason and I really like the sunset one with its reflection in the water.


  3. Love those pelicans…but all of your pictures have a romantic, on-the-water mood to it 🙂

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  4. Magnificent shots of the birds.

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  5. Wonderful shots…I wish I was there. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  6. the beach photo is stunning!


  7. love the pelicans! And yes the sun setting on the beach is gorgeous.

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    • Thanks Cybele, the sunsets here can be great and its hard not to take a picture sometimes. I love pelicans, they are full of character and just a little bit quirky looking which result appeals to me. 🙂


  8. these are beautiful. the light is magical


  9. Love the shot of the life saver tower in silhouette! 🙂

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  10. The shot of the pelicans(?) with just the reflection of the sign in the water is wonderful!


  11. I love the colorful reflection you caught in the photos of the pelicans! What amazing looking birds they are. The lone seagull on the beach? Just lovely. And the sunset – gorgeous, complete with those diehard surfers 🙂 Beautiful group of photos, Karen!

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