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Mindarie Keys marina by georgieboy98

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I took this at almost exactly midday and immediately afterwards went into a Keyside cafe for a bite of lunch. It was very pleasant sitting in the shade watching the boats coming and going whilst I ate my croissant and drank my tea. This is on the Indian Coast in the nothern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia, perhaps 35-40 kms from the CBD. As can be seen by the size of the homes this is a VERY upmarket area. I should add that, when we first came to live in WA this was a straight and overgrown stretch of coast – the marina was man made, which took a fair while to do and when all was ready the waterside blocks sold for well in excess of one million dollars, to which had to be added the cost of building a house! Considerably more than my pay as a humble photographer would allow!
I was still using my new Sony A77V, 24.3mps, 16-80 Carl Zeiss lens, aperture priority, no filter.


australia, western australia, mindarie keys, water, marina, clouds, sky, boats, coast


  • kalaryder
    kalaryderabout 1 year ago

    Very nice scene

  • Thanks very much Mik. It was nice to visit there again but rather sad, too, because that is where Betty and I often used to go for morning tea and a stroll around.

    – georgieboy98

  • David Davies
    David Daviesabout 1 year ago

    More incredible colours, Peter. Super picture.

  • Thanks muchly David. I’m already getting quite converted to RAW – something I never thought would happen!

    – georgieboy98

  • Els Steutel
    Els Steutelabout 1 year ago

    Nice shot, especially that cloudy sky :o)

  • Thank you very much Els – it’s a very picturesque location for sure and I’ve taken heaps of photos here over the years.
    Take care

    – georgieboy98

  • mike421
    mike421about 1 year ago

    What a beautiful place!! where is this place Tasmania or Australia?

    Great picture Peter it’s just a perfect setting.


  • Who didn’t read my description then??? LOL LOL Always good to have a visit from you my faithful friend and very many thanks for the nice comment and the fave.
    All the best

    – georgieboy98

  • Roy  Massicks
    Roy Massicksabout 1 year ago

    Yes Peter, if definitely looks like homes for the rich & famous ! Great angle and colours !

  • Very many thanks Roy. It has developed into a very large suburb now but it’s still a very enjoyable place to pass away an hour or two.

    – georgieboy98

  • John Vriesekolk
    John Vriesekolkabout 1 year ago

    Beautifully taken Peter. It shows that taking photo’s makes you hungry lol.

  • Too right it does!! Many thanks John.

    – georgieboy98

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