Meeting a Dolphin

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Meeting a Dolphin

28 Jul 2013 2 7 349
At Dolphin Cove in Tin Can Bay, Queensland. This child had dropped the tiny fish in the water and his father was explaining that he should have held it just under the water. The dolphins take the fish very gently. The locals have named these two visiting Dolphins Mystique (male) and Patch (female), members of a pod of frequent Dolphin visitors. It is a delightful experience to see these wild river/estuarine dolphins willingly coming close to the shore to meet their old friends who host the meeting with these lovely creatures. Every morning around 7-8.30am they can be seen in varying numbers. The Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins have been interacting with residents and visitors of Tin Can Bay for 30 years. It all started with “Scarry” nicknamed due to the numerous rough edges along her dorsal and tail fins. “Scarry” appeared with a young male dolphin, Mystique, believed to be her youngest surviving offspring. “Scarry” has not been seen since early 2003 but her son Mystique and girlfriend “Patch” still come in to the boat ramp to observe humans and be hand fed. barnaclesdolphincentre.com.au/dolphin_feeding.htm Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins are referred to as an 'inshore' species as they occur in shallow nearshore waters, often near river mouths, and are rarely sighted more than 1 km offshore. In Moreton Bay they can be found up to 6 km offshore and have also been recorded up to 55 km offshore in the northern Great Barrier Reef where waters are shallow. Their distribution is tropical and subtropical. Key localities in Queensland are Moreton Bay and its adjacent offshore waters, and the Tin Can Inlet of the Great Sandy Strait. www.ehp.qld.gov.au/wildlife/animals-az/indopacific_humpba... Archive Airings AA53 Candid street scenes 2017 Alphabet Site M

Ian

15 Mar 2013 277
Revisiting some of my portraits of Strangers, in Black and White. Noosa, Queensland

Russell and Jet

19 Apr 2013 2 6 308
Revisiting some of my portraits of Strangers, in Black and White. This was a candid shot. I later asked Russell for a portrait for 100 Strangers. Full description of the encounter in the colour version. Noosa, Queensland

Hat

01 Oct 2013 152
Noosa Surf Club, Queensland.

Bondi Fit Girls

03 Nov 2013 225
Noosa Triathlon in Noosa Heads, Queensland. Noosa's most prominent annual festival, but also Australia's largest triathlon event and the largest Multi Sport Festival of its kind in the southern hemisphere. usmevents.com.au/Triathlon___Multi_Sport/Noosa_Triathlon_Multi_Sport_Festival/Noosa_Triathlon.htm

On top of the Sheraton

03 Nov 2013 1 154
Photographer at the Noosa Triathlon in Noosa Heads, Queensland.

Girls

01 Jan 2014 1 145
New Year's Day on the Noosa Ferry, Noosa River, Queensland.

Serious Business

25 Nov 2013 1 2 151
Noosa, Queensland Portraits and Candid Photography all around the world... www.ipernity.com/group/497219/doc?with=29355589

Twinned Hair

01 Oct 2013 2 3 127
Noosa Main Beach, Queensland

Aaron Royle, winner of the Noosa Triathlon

03 Nov 2013 182
Passing the Sheraton at the start of the running circuit for the Noosa Triathlon in Noosa Heads, Queensland. Emma Moffatt and Aaron Royle were the winners this morning of the Noosa Traiathlon. They are currently the only two Australians guaranteed spots in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next year. Noosa's most prominent annual festival, but also Australia's largest triathlon event and the largest Multi Sport Festival of its kind in the southern hemisphere. usmevents.com.au/Triathlon___Multi_Sport/Noosa_Triathlon_Multi_Sport_Festival/Noosa_Triathlon.htm

Emma Moffatt, winner of the Noosa Triathlon

03 Nov 2013 192
At Witta Circle not far from the finish line in the Noosa Triathlon in Noosa Heads, Queensland. Emma Moffatt and Aaron Royle were the winners this morning of the Noosa Triathlon. They are currently the only two Australians guaranteed spots in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next year. Noosa's most prominent annual festival, but also Australia's largest triathlon event and the largest Multi Sport Festival of its kind in the southern hemisphere. usmevents.com.au/Triathlon___Multi_Sport/Noosa_Triathlon_Multi_Sport_Festival/Noosa_Triathlon.htm

Hats

05 Oct 2013 155
Mooloolaba, Queensland.

Street Music in Noosa

08 Aug 2013 219
Hastings Street, Noosa, Queensland. Noosa Heads is the name given to the town situated on the southern shore of Laguna Bay and on the far western side of Noosa Headland. The area has a small population that is growing rapidly... Tourism provides the foundation to the local economy which now flourishes ... over 250,000 holiday makers a year. The town of Noosa Heads is 160 kms north of Brisbane, 1100 kms north of Sydney and 20 kms east of the Bruce Highway. The permanent resident population of the entire Noosa region is approximately 35,000. Noosa Heads population is approximately 10,000. noosa-heads.net/noosaheads/general.html In Australia, urban areas are referred to as "urban centres" and are defined as population clusters of 1000 or more people, with a density of at least 200/km2. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urban_area ODC August 7 Urban 220/365 in 2013

Elusive Stranger

20 Jul 2013 253
Queensland, Australia.

Cafe at Night

02 Oct 2013 2 195
Hastings Street in Noosa, Queensland

Perfect Day

19 Apr 2013 1 225
Noosa River Estuary, Queensland.

Serious Photographers

05 Oct 2013 242
Mooloolaba, Queensland.

At Noosa Marina

26 Oct 2013 1 2 163
Tewantin, Queensland

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