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27 October 2013

Sunday Scenes

Some scenic shots taken in Australia 2012




And the best shot of all:
Dad and Daughter... two of my favourite people


18 comments:

  1. australia is very high on my list of places to visit...ever since rading bryson's book....cool family shot as well...

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  2. Wonderful pictures. I love pictures of piers.

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  3. Yeah....gosh, how do you choose from that lot?! They're great photos. I love the perspective in that third shot, and wow...what big skies they have. If that's a pier....it'd take me all day to get to the end of it. LOL If that's a bridge.....ummm....no thank you! LOL

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  4. The sea scenes were of Pacific Ocean at Surfurs Paradise,,Gold Coast OZ.
    The people ones at a Koala Bear Reserve at Philip Islamd OZ where little Penguins come ashore each evening.Great places.

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  5. OH, very nice Valerie. Especially the one of Dad and Daughter!

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  6. You sure have traveled to a lot of places! great photos! What a nice shot of Joe and your daughter!

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  7. Lovely shots Valerie, especially Dad and Daughter!

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  8. Valerie, FANTABULOUS shots!

    WOW...the sky in that second photo is breathtaking! That is my favorite time to go to a beach - on a cloudy and gray day - I find it so peaceful and calming.

    But of course, the BEST shot is the last - Dad and daughter!

    Happy Sunday, dear lady!

    X



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  9. Brian, I haven't read any of Bill Bryson's books... perhaps I should.

    Haddock, thank you for visiting.

    Mel, do I take it you don't like bridges that big... grins.

    Joe, thanks for the info. I must hunt out my penguin photos someday.

    Mona, I like that one the best.

    Pat, I wasn't there, unfortunately. It was a man only trip to Oz since I couldn't have coped with the long journey.

    Pearl, thank you. I agree!

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  10. Hi Ron, I recall spending a wet summer on a beach and loved every minute of it. Not sure I would now, though. Incidentally, I'm trying a new sidebar venture just to see if Google mess about with it this time.

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  11. Beautiful scenes ..
    perhaps one day I can visit Australia...
    another place on the evergrowing bucket list.

    Hope you are doing well..

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  12. Wonderful photos Valerie, but as you say, the best one is the last :)

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  13. I always associate Australia with blue skies and blue sea, nice to see it in a different light. And a lovely family shot!

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  14. I have always wanted to go to Australia. My fiancee has family there and we plan to visit them once we can make the trip.

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  15. I'd love to visit Australia some day. I'd be drawn to the outback. There's something about the desert that I truly love...

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  17. My son wants to go to Australia some day. He's even mentioned living there if ever the opportunity arises.

    Nice photos!

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  18. Great photos and I can see why you like that last one most of all. :<)

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