I can’t remember the last time I was in Yarrawonga/Mulwala but it sure was nice to visit in winter. I remember going in summer, being really hot and lots of people. I was chatting to one of the locals and she said the populations goes from 8,000 to 80,000. Well lucky for me one of my best mates just moved there and no doubt I will be back to visit. It was great to be outdoors on such a mild winter day, the quiet, the walk and of course surrounded by nature. To purchase this image or checkout my portfolio click here.
A great way to end another amazing day, this time no pagoda climbing, but up the view point tower in Bagan, Myanmar, 360 degree view and not overcrowded. An orange glow on all smiley faces watching as the sunsets …
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I finally made it! 7 years in the making! Broome was the last on my list of cities in Australia, now it’s become the top with so many other places I want to visit, the more you travel, the more you realise how much you haven’t seen. I am so very blessed to have done any. I remember telling myself, it will always be here, I’ll do it once I settle back in Australia, And so I have from 2004, mostly family trips. 1st trips to Sydney, who remembers Mystery flights, I thought it would be funny to send ourselves postcards and so we did. Of course a week later I forgot all about it and smiled when my mum said there was a postcard from a Silvia, hahahah, I called to let her know i was there and she didn’t believe me!
I know, I know it’s been done thousands of times, but my first.
The Point Addis Marine National Park is a protected marine national park located near Anglesea on the Surf Coast region of Victoria, Australia. After the morning drizzle and wind we decided to by passed Point Addis, so I decided to stop in on my way home, until next time, much to explore at the right time of day
Sunset at Walls of China, Lake Mungo, NSW
Last stop of the Lake Mungo circuit
The walls of China
We couldn’t get a tour, so we decided to have a wonder around, respectfully not jumping any fences,
I fell in love with that tree from a distance, although I didn’t take my long lens with me so that was that.
A lovely local tour guide spotted my travel companion and invited us in, how kind was that!
Graham was really friendly and allowed us to wonder in until sunset.
My feet still full of blisters upon blisters from the last few weeks,
I went in!!!
YOU only live once!
Graham was also kind enough to give me not one but two bottles of water.
Really nice to chat with him and watch the sunset..
You can find Graham with all his local wisdom through,
Great 4 days away to some of Tasmania’s finest places, although never enough time.
A little rushed…..
I like to have time to feel, explore, shoot and rest in the scene, for my soul only.
Fairly exhausted, average of 4 hours sleep is not quite enough although while away auto pilot kicks in.
Best to slow down a little today with edits, hopefully remove the emotional attachment to each image and posting my best.
The sound of the waves, the sun setting, my peaceful moment……
I have a lovely sequence but will hold off until i can really choose my best, for every image there is my own internal calmness…..