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Photo Friday: The Great Ocean Road

Submitted by on September 25, 2009 – 1:30 am11 Comments

Sunset over the Ocean, Port Fairy

Sunset over the Ocean, Port Fairy

The Apostles - The Great Ocean Road

The Apostles - The Great Ocean Road

London Bridge

London Bridge

The first photo is the sunset from the cottage we staid at in Port Fairy, Australia in 2002. It was amazing to step out of our bedroom and be literally a few steps away from the Ocean. We drove from Melbourne to Port Fairy, an old charming fishing town, down The Great Ocean Road and it was one of most scenic drives we’ve had. It was before parenthood and digital cameras so these shots are actually scans of the originals. The second photo pictures one of Australia’s most famous landmarks we saw along the way, the spectacular 12 Apostles, which are the effect of constant erosion of the limestone cliffs of the mainland, a process that started 20-50 million years ago. The third photo is London Bridge, historically a natural archway in an offshore rock formation caused by wave erosion. The original bridge look changed when the middle part collapsed separating it from the mainland.  Thanks to Debbie at Delicious Baby for hosting and organising Photo Friday.



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