With a little time to spare before dropping the grandchildren off to a lunch party, we went for a drive along the coast south of Brisbane and ended up in a suburb called Raby Bay.
The foreshore park was quite large, but there was very little vegetation, except for this tree which stood out against the blue of the sea, and the blue of the sky.
Needless to say, it is one of the more expensive suburbs of Brisbane, and relatively new since it used to be mangrove swamp about 30 or 40 years ago.
Now it had a lot of very modern, and very e pensive houses and seaside apartments, especially those with parking spaces for their boats. I guess that’s better than having to store or moor it at the marina.
Except if the boat is this large: