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i love the gulls in this shot...

There were hundreds of kangaroos to be seen in this area, particularly early morning (when this was taken) and even more so at dusk.


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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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The cure for anything is salt water - sweat, tears, or the sea. ~Isak Dinesen


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Southport Beach, South Australia

Early morning shot from the Adelaide Hills wine growing region


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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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A tiny treasure rising out of the emptiness of the southern Pacific Ocean, Lord Howe Island is one of the world’s last truly unspoiled Island destinations. Just 11 km long and 2 km wide, two thirds of its land mass is covered by Banyan, Pandanus and native Kentia Palm forests, its beaches are safe, pristine and tranquil, while the sunsets are spectacular.

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After an amazing Sunset at Soldiers Point, Port Stephens , Australia

What a country,...

It's funny how I travelled so far and so long but nothing beats this place here.


Sandringham Beach, Vic - Australia

Callum Brae, a nature reserve in the ACT, was once grazing land. It is now slowly reverting to natural bushland.

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.

26th January.

Wishing all Aussie's wherever you are a very Happy Day.

Where it all began - Sydney - Australia.


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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.


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Taking a break from taking any new photos and treks :-)


Unfortunately we don't always get to see the sun every day at Cronulla.


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To relieve pressure on the small island environment only 400 tourists are permitted at any one time.


Way to go; exploring the lagoon in an open sea canoe.


Fast food van with plane coming in to land at Melbourne Airport, at the viewing area on Sunbury Road, Oaklands Junction.


This photo was the winner of the January 2013 "Melbourne" Flickr group competition.

No we are not in Scotland....this is an Australian "Nessy". Again on my drive to Adelaide I have been going to stop to get this pic. It was blowing a gale and about to rain.....but I did it. Nessy is usually sitting in a salt lake.

Recent sunrise at the spit jetty Gold Coast - Australia

It's a cold wet Saturday morning down here at Cronulla today.


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This hand held shot was taken from a ferry on Sydney harbour; the colours kept changing on the bridge and every minute was a new photo opportunity. I made the most of the opportunities, but most were lost. Still, it wasn't about getting the perfect shot so much as capturing the spirit and magic of the Vivid Festival. An appropriate colour for a shot taken in Lavender Bay, don't you think.

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