This week’s Where’s my backpack? theme is liquid and until I thought about it I did not realise quite how many of the photos I take have the sea, a river, a lake as a focal point. It wasn’t so much finding an appropriate image but more about when to stop. Take a watery tour around my world this year.
If you look hard enough you might even spot Australia across the Tasman. Kidding but it’s there.
It’s as if Maui had just fished it up and New Zealand wasn’t even discovered yet.
Half a world away in the Gulf of Thailand and my view from my bed. Believe it or not a low tide this became a mud flat.
Up north now and a crisp, clear day in Broadstairs, Kent.
Shallow water off the island of Kos.
This photo was taken by Daughter #1 this summer gone somewhere in the Algonquin Park, Canada whilst on a canoe trip. I want to go and see what she’s seen.
Back to the silvers again. This was taken just before sunset from the top of a hill after a very steep climb in St Lucia.
And finally because not all liquid is totally natural, here’s the contents of an abandoned shopping trolley I spotted in a supermarket in Switzerland. I do wonder what happened to the shopper.