Recently, hubby and I finally made it down south to Hopetoun. It was so beautiful! I love the beach and the ocean. I always thought that Hopetoun was spelt as Hope Town 😛
Barrens Beach is a small, sheltered beach nestled between dunes and a rugged quartzite headland. It is a popular swimming and fishing spot. Whales sheltering near shore in spring may be visible from the beach.
Barrens Beach Panorama, Hopetoun
Two peas in a pod.. Well, not quite but I still think it’s a pretty cool photo:) I am personally not a big fan of Valentines Day as it’s become overly commercialised and shared with everyone else:(
I think every day should be like Valentine’s day where you express your love to the ones you love.
Also, I’ll like to take this time to acknowledge my friends who were there before I met my hubby.
I think those friends deserve recognition and shown appreciation as they are the ones who stick around during your ups and downs.
So thank you, my friends, for being my friend 🙂 You know who you are 😉
2 multicoloured tulips side by side
As its name suggests, Elephant Rocks looks exactly like a herd of elephants, paddling in the shallow waters.
These huge cracked oval boulders make a stunning sight as they gaze out upon the Great Southern Ocean.
I took this photo on our day trip to Denmark. It’s amazing the things I saw on this day trip.
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Elephant rock panorama Denmark
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