Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Walkies With Likalia

Ready Likalia?

Grab my hand girl lets go...

First we'll start near Mt Henry Bridge, as you can see it has a nice view of Perth... even if it is on fire!?



And here's the Mt Henry Bridge... careful girl don't get run over by cyclists they're all in a hurry to get home after a hard days' work and no bystander will stop them.



As we walk along the Mt Henry Bridge a couple of young lads have ventured out to try their hand at fishing for the day... good luck!



Now we're walking along part of the Swan River, and oh look... dinosaur footprints... (or was that just you?)



We'll stop here for a rest in the shade, hiding from the dinosaurs... see the tower in the background, that's where we'll be going next...



Oh look someone's out waterskiing... I wonder if he'll jump for us? Nope, I guess he's just hanging on for dear life! I know I would be!!



Yes, shells everywhere, and we can see the Raffles tower more clearly now... that's our halfway point...



Oh look, wow, dolphins in the river!



Hopefully the rowers don't run over the dolphins! Eeek!



We're now on the Canning Bridge... we can see Perth a little more clearer than before, good to see it's still burning!?



And how about these apartments, eh? What a view they'd have every morning on the Perth city skyline!



We need to walk back under the Canning Bridge to go back, want to count the pylons? How many are there?



Is it nine or twenty-three?



Nobody wants to miss out on the view...



And what view would that be? Where we just came from...



Nearly finished, here's a unique view from the Mt Pleasant Reserve... where the water-skiers usually leave from...



It's starting to get dark, but look at the moon...



And now we cross back over the fleaway back home...



Let's see what it's like at Heathcote... and don't be scared it's just Dan...



Unfortunately we forgot to bring a tripod so all our city night snaps didn't work, including the ones of the fireworks (yeah, strangely enough there were fireworks tonight too!), so there weren't ANY photos that worked FROM Heathcote, but a couple did OF Heathcote, here's their famous tower...



Anyway, I'm pooped. 2.5 half hours of walking, and a few frustrating moments at Heathcote that would've been magical, have taken it out of me... time to go...





From your friendly neighbourhood Aussie-spider-photographer-man-person...thing,



Hope you enjoyed it Likalia!

Anybody else want to go for walkies??

4 comments:

Likalia said...

Thank you, that was an awesome walk!

I only hope I can take you on one as nice this weekend.

Ryan said...

Likalia, the pleasure was all mine!

*takes a bow*

;o)

Victoria said...

Spider-photographer, spider-photographer, friendly neighbourhood spider-photographer! : )

Ryan said...

V -> hehehe...

Notice that I was wearing my mask on with that last shot? I can't let the public know my my real identity! ;o)