I am usually so intent on photographing birds that I ignore the scenery around me - but not yesterday. It was a beautiful day and these are a few shots of the bay and foreshore at Tin Can Bay.
Google maps show how the bay surrounds the town. As well as the roads that go beside the bay there are also walking tracks - miles of them! - that are only a few meters from the water.
This area has a large population of retirees and there are many who walk the tracks early in the morning. If you can no longer walk in the morning then its always possible to use a motorized scooter - and many do!
Much of the land is very low lying and covered with paperbark trees. Even on the well-groomed areas of the foreshore there are plenty of areas left where the native grasses, shrubs and trees provide excellent habitat for birds.
Most birds were out of sight in the tree-tops but its always possible to see Sulphur-crested Cockatoos and Galahs.