Friday, 18 July 2014

A morning walk ...



I am at my favourite spot in the world at the moment
So I thought you might like to join me on my morning walk
Not paintings I know but it was just so lovely
The cold makes for an amazing sun rise
And they are worth still not being able to feel fingers or toes
Enjoy and happy painting all...xx











Did you miss Tuesday's post... 
Here is the link in case you want to see some more perfume bottles http://traceyfletcherking.blogspot.com.au/2014/07/coming-back-for-more.html


18 comments:

Michellem said...

What a gorgeous way to start your day! Enjoy. . .

Jennifer McLean said...

AAh, I'm so happy to hear you can't feel your fingers and toes but are in such a special place. You deserve such happiness. Maybe I'll add gloves to your Christmas gift. ;o)

Tracey Grgic Potter said...

Beautiful photos Tracey! Enjoy your little break. xx

Nic McLean said...

It looks absolutely stunning there Tracey. I hope you're having a super relaxing and recharging time. X

ann @ studiohyde said...

What a beautiful walk and place. (incidentally, I didn't realise Australia got that cold in the Winter time, I imagined it like our Summer - although perhaps it is!!, lol).

Neesie said...

What a privilege to join you on such an beautiful walk this morning. It looks exquisite and just perfect to reflect, relax and recharge. No wonder it's your favourite place.
Fantastic photos ;D
Enjoy xoxo

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

What a beautiful and restful spot in winter....I would want to walk there all the time....xox

Rita said...

What a beautiful, beautiful place to walk--chilly or not. Gorgeous!! :) :)

Jo Murray said...

There's much joy to be had on a regular morning walk.....but rug up!....it is so chilly these mornings. Your photos got me off to a good start today.

anna said...

Thanks so much for sharing the Aussie beauty. So incredible, I miss it so much!

Lorraine said...

pretending I am walking along that lovely beach instead of listening to the heavy rain which is good for the plants I suppose after all our hot weather..great drawings too which I find inspiring

Pixie Moon said...

Beautiful photos :)

TwinkleToes2day said...

Stunning place. Stunning photographs ((hugs)) xx

Trece said...

Such a gorgeous start to your day, sweetie! Maybe someday I will be able to see it!

minnemie said...

Oh man, there is just something about the southern hemisphere sun that is ... different. Maybe I am just imagining it ... but it stirs a longing for home in me! Thanks for sharing! Hoping you are having a marvelously restful time.

alarmcat said...

so beautiful!!!

Sandra Busby said...

I am not at all jealous - Oh noo - not a bit - Nope! I just love walking on the cold, hard stones on our freezing cold UK beaches - That feeling just fills me with joy! There is nothing quite so lovely as getting a sharp stabbing pain from a pebble getting stuck between my toes as the icy wind and rain hacks at my face... And nothing more lovely than paddling in ice cold, grey, uninviting water either... Why on earth would I want to bury my toes in soft, warm, golden sand with the warm waves lapping across my feet? Ugh! Sounds horrid! So, I am not at all jealous! Chuh!

Sandra Busby said...

I am not at all jealous - Oh noo - not a bit - Nope! I just love walking on the cold, hard stones on our freezing cold UK beaches - That feeling just fills me with joy! There is nothing quite so lovely as getting a sharp stabbing pain from a pebble getting stuck between my toes as the icy wind and rain hacks at my face... And nothing more lovely than paddling in ice cold, grey, uninviting water either... Why on earth would I want to bury my toes in soft, warm, golden sand with the warm waves lapping across my feet? Ugh! Sounds horrid! So, I am not at all jealous! Chuh!