We are very lucky to live in Queensland, where it doesn't really get very cold in winter. We get very hot summers so when the temperature drops to 10 C (50F) in the early mornings, we feel very cold. During the day it can reach 20C-25C (68F-78F) in Brisbane even hotter further north. Yesterday we went to Sandgate a northern suburb of Brisbane to have lunch on the beach with our son in law's parents, Alma and Bill.Looking south along the walkway.
Looking north towards Redcliffe Peninsular.
It has become a tradition to have fish, chips and salad with Alma and Bill every now and then.
It got so warm and sunny we took off our jumpers and BB had to make a hat out of the chip bag to keep the sun off his face.
Enjoying the winter sun.
Gulls enjoying the sun.
(I forgot my camera so we used our phone cameras.)