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A SOFT SCENE
Moggs Creek, Victoria, Australia

I spent a considerable amount of time photographing Moggs Creek and the little foot bridge that crosses it, before heading up to the beach. By this time, the sky had turned from yellow and orange to pink and purple, with the streaky clouds catching the light and making a wonderfully soft scene. (2203)

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WIND EROSION
Wentworth, New South Wales, Australia

The Perry Sandhills are located 6 km west of Wentworth, New South Wales, Australia, on the old Renmark Road, near the junction of the Murray and Darling rivers.

The sandhill cover an area of approximately 160 hectares (400 acres), and have been formed over the past 40,000 years by wind erosion. They are continually shifting due to the wind. As the sands move, evidence is periodically uncovered of prehistoric animals and Aboriginal use of the Sandhill area.' [Wikipedia] (2202)

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DRINKING WATER
Colbrook, Victoria, Australia

This section of the headwaters of the Werribee River is situated in largely cleared hilly land, with a number of creeks commencing on slopes below the Blackwood Ridge Road. The Kurweinguboora Creek flows from near Blakeville and water is stored in it at the Colbrook Reservoir, which provides drinking water for the township of Ballan to the south.' [werribeeriver.org.au] (2201)

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A BORING DESCRIPTION FOR A PRETTY IMAGE
Fiskville, Victoria, Australia

Canola oil, or canola for short, is a vegetable oil derived from rapeseed that is low in erucic acid, as opposed to colza oil. There are both edible and industrial forms produced from the seed of any of several cultivars of rapeseed Brassicaceae family of plants. Consumption of the oil has become common in industrialized nations. It is considered safe for people to eat, has a relatively low amount of saturated fat and a substantial amount of monounsaturated fat' [Wikipedia] (2200)

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THE LONGEST SINGLE DROP
Trentham, Victoria, Australia

Trentham Falls is the longest single drop waterfall in Victoria, plunging some 32 metres over basalt columns. Trentham Falls was formed some five million years ago from molten lava rapidly cooling as it flowed along the old Coliban River valley. At the base of the Falls, quartz gravel and the former river bed can be seen. The Falls reserve protects one of the best remnants of original vegetation in the area, with stands of manna gum, messmate, stringybark and narrow-leaved peppermint.' [visittrentham.com.au] (2199)

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LOOKING FOR WOMBATS
Lyonville, Victoria, Australia

'The 75,000-hectare Wombat State Forest offers many activities including camping, bushwalking, mountain-bike riding, horse riding, four-wheel-driving and trailbike riding. The rugged Lerderderg Gorge runs north-South through the forest area, and there are many walking trails, including the heritage trail along the Lerderderg River.' [visittrentham.com.au] (2198)

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QUAINT
Woods Point, Victoria, Australia

One of the reasons for visiting Woods Point was this old service station. The locals told me that much of the old equipment displayed had been put into storage as discussions had been overheard at the pub that there was a plan to steal them. So, as quaint as this image is it could have been even better with all of the original artefacts still on display. Unfortunately that seems to be how life is, the actions of a few idiots impact negatively on the majority of law abiding citizens. (2197)

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AUTUMN MAGIC
Kevington, Victoria, Australia

'Kevington is a town in Victoria, Australia, located south of Jamieson on the Mansfield - Woods Point Road, in the Shire of Mansfield. The Goulburn River runs through Kevington.

The town began as a small settlement in 1862 when J. S. Garrett opened a beer house on the road between Jamieson and Gaffneys Creek. When gold was discovered at the nearby Lucks All and Star Of The West mines, the settlement grew to include stores, butchers, and private residences. The town was surveyed and named Kevington. Eventually the town died, and the nearby town of Mack's Creek took on the name Kevington.' [Wikipedia] (2196)

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A GREAT START
Torquay, Victoria, Australia

To start off the working week, a bright and colourful sunrise over Zeally Bay at Torquay. The rocks along this part of the coast are amazing and sun has picked out the golden colours beautifully. The tide was out on the day I photographed the Bay which gave me a great opportunity to see the full extent of these unusual formations. (2195)

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A RUGGED PART
Leopold, Victoria, Australia

Sometimes I find an area of the coast that isn't picture perfect, the way the glossy magazines would like to show it. But waiting for the rising sun to be in the right position, using a little coastal flora as foreground interest and I think this scene shows a rugged part of the Bellarine Peninsular in a good light! (2194)

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