Jenie Yolland Glass Artist

Turtle Bay glass, gorgeous blues and greens fused glass gift

Turtle Bay glass full of gorgeous blues and greens…this is a truly delightful series of fused glass gifts.   Just like Turtle Bay, Queensland, happy and colourful!

Turtle Bay, Queensland.

When you sail around the Whitsundays you see all sorts of wondrous things.

At Turtle Bay, off Port Douglas on Tongue Reef, you can come face to face with “Killer”, a giant 35kg maori wrasse who expects the dive master to feed him. See “Dopey” the resident turtle, a giant clam and several species of sea cucumber. Staghorn thickets hide many smaller reef fish.

You can also look for a good mix of soft and hard coral – check under plate coral for hovering trout, sweetlip and occasional barramundi cod.

Set of 3 Turtle Bay, Queensland fused glass pieces.

When you sail around the Whitsundays (it is the best holiday on the planet) you see all sorts of wonderful things….here’s a Sulfur Crested Cockatoo on our sail.

Let me know what you think of Turtle Bay.  Thank you for reading my blog  🙂

This entry was published on September 20, 2012 at 10:23 pm. It’s filed under Art glass platters and plates and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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