Sunday Summer Afternoons. Australian Style

Sunday afternoons in Australia are pretty relaxed if you live by the sea. This is our version


We go to our spot at 7pm – which is known to cinematographers as ‘God Light Hour’. God is a very good lighting director


This is the spot we go to – about 5 metres from the ocean


This is the view from the spot we go to


The whole family comes along


People doing stuff while we watch


Bob Marley also comes with us on picnics


Fish is an important ingredient of this weekly event


Chips are also a very important ingredient


But Max eats hamburgers. He doesn’t eat anything that comes from the sea. He believes that if you eat things from the sea, things will eat you when you go surfing. Whatever Max


Our puppy dog only has eyes for us


Actually, she only has eyes for human food


Mmmmm, human food. Our puppy dog is the Homer Simpson of canines


And then there is dessert. Always leave room for dessert. It’s an Australian tradition


8pm Sunday. Looking out to sea at the end of the week.

Even the clouds are lazy on Sunday afternoons in Australia, or is that because we had too much dessert?





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4 Comments on “Sunday Summer Afternoons. Australian Style”

  1. January 25, 2015 at 3:50 am #


  2. January 25, 2015 at 4:44 am #

    Fine …

  3. dirk_gently
    January 29, 2015 at 8:08 pm #

    Fish and Chips at the seaside? Good grief woman have you no shame!

    Oh, hang on, that’s supposed to be traditional isn’t it?

    Fair enough then. Carry on. Nice clouds. Looks like a playstation controller cloud connected to a whole motherland of other clouds.

    • January 30, 2015 at 7:59 am #

      I wasn’t aware of English rules about fish, chips and seasides. I shall adjust my behaviour appropriately

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