My sister and I have always been very unalike. She had blond wavy hair and blue eyes and I was dark. We have completely different figure types and are just so dissimilar in our likes and dislikes. But as we have got older we have turned into twins. How did that happen? We haven't lived anywhere near each other since we were teenagers, yet we have to same laugh and our mannerisms mirror each other.
We spent a part of the day with our cameras out in the bush and on the beach. I love these waves she captured on her way here. The swells are still very big after the storms.
It was a beautiful day, warm and still. The sun was shining but was not too hot.
As I took a photo of a tree I saw the shadow of an eagle through the branches.
There were a few actually and they all took up positions on the top of boat masts that were anchored new the shore. They see everything these birds. He must have heard the shutter on my camera because when I enlarged the picture there he was looking at me.
The other sea birds kept their distance and a weather eye on them.
The water was so clear that you had trouble noticing the shallow water at all.
The forest looked as wild as ever as we wandered down the path.
And we came across some unusual fungi that looked very strange.
When we came out of the forest there were the remains of the old cart from the days when there were some draught horses on the island.
We walked out onto the beach on the other side of the island where children were playing in the shallows.
It was then time to head for the coffee shop and a sit down after all that exercise. I am enjoying my sisters company.