Thursday, June 9, 2011

Major Eye Candy


Monday was a holiday, so we took off with our friends to visit some of the beaches on the Tasmanian Sea side (west) side of New Zealand.  I don't think I will ever get tired of seeing the never ending beauty of the coast and ocean views just minutes away.  Around every bend is a breathtaking vista, one after another after another forever, and each unique in its own way.  This day we saw beautiful black sand beaches, craggy cliffs, and volcanoes covered with lush green foliage set as the backdrop.  At the end of the day I was truly on visual overload.  When I downloaded my photos to the computer I couldn't decide which beautiful scene to post to remember this day, so for the next few days you'll see some of my favorites. 


Anonymous said...

Lovely... So enjoyed seeing your latest pictures. The Temple, the beauty of the surroundings...!
Thanks for sharing!
I am sure the Work is going well...? Also adore your quote by Renoir...So true. :)

Robin said...

Karen, absolutely stunning!
I have missed your wonderful wonderful photos!
The varied colours in this shot are amazing!

Loyce said...

Beautiful scene, Karen. I love how we can sit home and visit these countries through someone else's eyes.

Thank you for sharing, Karen.

From the Kitchen said...

Karen: The photos are breathtaking. What a lovely place you are in. So nice to hear how things are going and see more of your wonderful photography.


Ricardo M. said...

Una maravilla, es impresionante.

darlin said...

Your photo is stunning, as is the scenery. You've found a piece of paradise, you are blessed!

Lisa RedWillow said...

As I look thought each of your photos one is just as stunning as the rest . Your in a beautiful place . Love the changing color of the water and the green on that huge rock.