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30 June 2013

Sunday Scenes

A fine day in Australia, pictures taken by our daughter






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16 comments:

Joseph Daggatt said...

It he pics were taken on our trip down the Great Ocean Road in OZ.Asuperb drive.

Valerie said...

Thank you, Joe.

Akelamalu said...

Lovely photos!

Brian Miller said...

and all the life that surrounds us...australia is high on the list of places i want to visit....

Mel said...

Hand that girl the camera more often! Lucky Joe to get such a view!!

Valerie said...

Thank you, Pearl.

Hope you make it, Brian?

She does take some pretty good pictures, Mel.

Ron said...

Valerie, these photos are spectacular!

Brava to your daughter!

That first one is breathtaking! It almost looks like the coast of California.

Looking forward to you posts on recycling because I could use some direction in that area. I'm such a poor recycler :(

Have a lovely day, dear lady!
X

Valerie said...

I'm pleased you liked the photographs, Ron.

Now, about recycling. If you have anything you don't want, just ask yourself how best to dispose of it ... naturally to the most deserving cause. Here in the UK the place is crawling with charity shops.

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Geraldine said...

Great photos Val. Does your daughter live in Australia or just visiting there? I love that first one most of all, my kind of place, sigh...too long since I've been to the shore.

Happy Week, G :<)

Haddock said...

Lovely pics (especially of the birds) Your daughter has an eye for it.

HermanTurnip said...

Those are some great pictures! Love the bird motif. Reminds me of some of the birds we see at the Zoo's giant aviary :-)

Susan Kane said...

Love your photos! The birds in Australia are so colorful, and sassy.

Valerie said...

Australia. I ageee about the first picture.

Hello Haddock. Thank you for your comment. It's good of you to visit my blog.

Hi Herman. Oooh a giant aviary... I'd love to see that.

Valerie said...

Thanks, Susan. I love that word 'sassy'.

Along These Lines ... said...

Ahhh, memories. That's where I was raised.