Wow another month is done and even though it was a slightly shorter month it still seemed to fly extra quick. Looking through my photos from the last month it does look like my month was more active than food orientated at least!
Here are my Favourite Photos from February 2015
From L-R top row
We had a fantastic night watching Passenger in concert this month. Definitely one of my favourite concerts this year.
Sunsets, it’s hard to get fed up of sunsets and we get pretty spectacular sunsets almost every night here.
I was really pleased to receive some flowers from one of my clients at work last month. I know it’s my job to do my best for them but it’s always lovely to receive thanks when someone is happy with your work.
This isn’t really a favourite photo but I couldn’t believe how big this giant moth type bug was when I found it sat on my wing mirror on the car. We’ve spotted a few giant bugs on our car when we park it in the car park for our apartment so it seems it might be the place to be.
I discovered this month that I am miscellaneous in the student sense at least. Getting myself enrolled was very frustrating but we got their in the end and I’ve now got my first weeks worth of reading (amounting to a small tree) to read and prepare for my lecture this week and seminar this week, which is obviously why I am writing this blog post now!
This next picture is from one of our sailing trips in February. I love the setting for these houses right on a marina and would love to live in a location like this. Not so keen on the sand flies that live there too and try to eat you alive around sunset!
I had a lovely day with my friend and her son experiencing the celebrations for Chinese New Year and the coffee was enjoyed during a delicious breakfast at one of my favourite Darwin restaurant’s called Moorish.
Anchors Away! Another gorgeous sunset and I just liked the setting with the anchor which is mounted right next to the beach. The “photographer” in me couldn’t resist the photo.
This lion visited my friends office for Chinese New Year to bless it (and us a bit). It was a really fun and interesting experience.
This photo was taken at the same time as my recent Silent Sunday post on one of our sailing expeditions. It was a pretty stormy afternoon and we did enjoy a heavy rain shower but it was still fun and really made me want to learn how to sail in the next few years.
This final picture is from our sailing trip too and shows the mangroves just as we left the creek. I called the picture paradise on Instagram and I think that’s a pretty good description of the view we had that day.