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I got to see my first kangaroos in the wild ... there are signs posted almost everywhere on the side of the road warning us that it's kangaroo crossings ... never saw a one ... and going up this dirt road on the way to Seal Rocks to go up to Sugarloaf lighthouse .... Alas ... I spotted 3 sitting in a field ... so lush with all the rains .. I was far and didn't want to scare them so this is all I could get ... but what a thrill it was .....
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Early morning shot from the Adelaide Hills wine growing region
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Getting lonely, getting old
Can you feel me?
Hey you, standing in the aisles
With itchy feet and fading smiles
Can you feel me?
Hey you, dont help them to bury the light
Don't give in without a fight.
Wishing all Aussie's wherever you are a very Happy Day.
Where it all began - Sydney - Australia.
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LIGHT BOX OR FULL SCREEN IS BEST.
Last night's dusk through to sunset was fairly spectacular. Here is my capture. These buildings are all on the river, but some of the action was also in the sky when the earth was rising (i.e. sun going down).
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merry xmas to all my friends on flickr...
It's funny how I travelled so far and so long but nothing beats this place here.
Sandringham Beach, Vic - Australia
Clouds weren't doing too much so I had to concentrate on the water. I got a little wet taking this shot but it was worth it. Its handy having a carbon tripod for shots like this, not sure how aluminium would hold up to salt water over time.
The Lorne Pier just before sunrise. Lorne, Victoria, Australia.
While on Lord Howe Island I took a tour on this glass bottom boat to explore the lagoon and to visit North Beach; a wonderful day trip.
Taking a break from taking any new photos and treks :-)
It's a cold wet Saturday morning down here at Cronulla today.
Getty Image There were guys surfing out there somewhere between the ends of the rainbow.
Eyre Peninsula South Australia
In hindsight, things always look more clear.
On the way down to Geelong yesterday I took a detour along Beach Road, Point Wilson. There were a few birds around, but they were all a little camera shy, so I decided to try something different.