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Lynden Smith
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IT'S A SHAME
Campbells Cove, Victoria, Australia

I'm not a boating person, but I'm pretty sure this boat isn't seaworthy. In addition to missing it's back, the rest of the vessel is in a bit of disrepair. But I love it just the same. It was perfect for my photograph at Campbells Cove, with the dozens of colourful beach huts in the background and the calm Port Phillip on the left. It's a shame I couldn't take the boat out for a ride, as there wasn't a cloud in the sky to ruin the day. (2542)

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AN EXHILARATING EXPERIENCE
Jan Juc, Victoria, Australia

A cold winters morning and a lovely sunrise can be an exhilarating experience, and certainly, one that will fully wake you up. The beach at Jan Juc is very close to home and one I have visited many times. It is relatively flat and provides many opportunities to capture reflections of the colourful sunrise, as was the case in this image. (2541)

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TOUGH FOR A PHOTOGRAPHER
Addiscot Beach, Victoria, Australia

There are amazing cliffs along the Great Ocean Road, some of which make it tough for a photographer like me to make it down to the beach. A bit of a hike at Addiscot Beach and this image show just what I mean. But the effort was worthwhile, with the colours and the ruggedness great to photograph and show the world. (2540)

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COMPLETE CONTRAST
Liffey Falls, Tasmania, Australia

Sometimes I love walking in the 'bush' when it is dark and mysterious, and sometimes it is nice to see the warm sun above with the light filtering down through the canopy to the ground below. In the latter case, there is a golden glow that appears overhead and provides an inviting feeling that is in complete contrast to the darker experience. (2539)

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AWARD-WINNING
Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia

I'm not sure that this is one of my best photos, but it comes from a fantastic day at Port Fairy. I hopped aboard a small charter boat and slowly travelled along the river until we finally reached the ocean. The little boat then took me around the island where this lighthouse is situated and then further out to sea, before completing a circuit of the bay and returning me back to the wharf in Port Fairy. The sea was incredibly calm and the day sunny, so while this image mightn't be award-winning, the experience was. (2538)

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WHY ARE THEY THERE?
Rocky Point, Victoria, Australia

Sitting here in my office, processing this image from Rocky Point, I got wondering why the birds were sitting on the rock stack in the centre of the image. I know, a silly thing to be thinking about, but were they there waiting to find food in the ocean, or warming themselves after the cold night, or just watching the beautiful sunrise, like me? I guess we will never know! (2537)

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A FEELING OF CALM
Inverleigh, Victoria, Australia

An early morning expedition to Inverleigh revealed a lovely and tranquil scene on the Barwon River. There was almost no wind, so the surface of the river was reflecting the trees that grew over the waterway. There was also fog along the river valley, which provided a real feeling of calm and seclusion. This was a wonderful morning, finished off with an equally wonderful breakfast in the small adjoining township. (2536)

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THE NUT
Stanley, Tasmania, Australia

In the background of this photograph, there is a sheer-sided bluff call the Nut. It is the remains of an ancient volcanic plug that sits at the end of a peninsula in the north-west of Tasmania. The Nut overlooks the historic township of Stanley, which is one of my favourite places in this part of Tassie. Further around the coast, I climbed over a rock-strewn beach to capture this image, with its orange stained rocks and tufts of golden grass. (2535)

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BEAUTIFUL REFLECTIONS
Sanatorium Lake, Victoria, Australia

In the 19th century, the cool climate of the Macedon region was thought to provide a perfect environment for patients suffering tuberculosis. In 1899 a sanatorium was opened a short distance down the Mount from the lake in a building previously used as a private hospital. The lake was built to supply water to a new, larger sanatorium which due to opposition and lack of funding was never built. The original sanatorium closed in 1910 and was later destroyed by fire.' [parkweb.vic.gov.au] (2534)

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MYSTERIOUS AND SCARY
Edge of the World, Tasmania, Australia

A lovely, if not chaotic scene today of the amazing Edge of the World beach in the north-west corner of Tasmania. This place is amazing and is strewn with heaps of tree branches that have washed up on the beach. While I was capturing these pictures, a storm was blowing in, one of many I suspect, which added to the mysterious and scary feeling that the name conjures up. It certainly felt like the end of the world. (2533)

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