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Jay Lake
Date: 2010-10-05 05:41
Subject: [photos] Australia: The Great Ocean Road
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Having finally left the B-24 behind, we drove on down through Geelong and on to Anglesea, where we picked up the Great Ocean Road. And had a massive lunch. After that, we toured down to Lorne before turning inland once again through some gorgeous hills.

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Tasman Sea, just past Anglesea, Victoria. Note lighthouse in the distance.

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Looking back from the same area.

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A warning to swimmers and surfers.

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jackwilliambell ascends from the unlifeguarded beach. I stayed up by the car, due to not wanting to burn myself out on the steps.

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catvalente just looks like she's dancing. She's actually following jackwilliambell up the steps.

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Echidna crossing sign.

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Either a kangaroo crossing or a Qantas landing zone.

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More Tasman Sea.

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The Great Ocean Road its own self.

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Beach house on the bluffs north of the highway.

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Rather more insane beach house.

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We finally find a beach I can walk on to, only to discover a menace from the skies.

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Creek at beach access, just below the Great Ocean Road.

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My fellow travelers fellow traveling.

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Hills behind the beach.

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Those two wacky houses again, shot via telephoto from the beach.

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Lighthouse, ditto.

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Surf's up!

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The next curve in the road.

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The coastal forest up close. It just looks different from the Pacific Northwest.

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Rocky beds at Lorne.

As usual, more at the Flickr set.

© 2010, Joseph E. Lake, Jr.

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shelly_rae: Triathlete
User: shelly_rae
Date: 2010-10-05 18:16 (UTC)
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Was the water warm?
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Jay Lake
User: jaylake
Date: 2010-10-05 20:09 (UTC)
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That there is Antarctic water at the end of winter. I didn't touch the stuff... :p
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