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As Is The Sea Marvelous

as is the sea marvelous

as is the sea marvelous
from god’s
hands which sent her forth
to sleep upon the world

and the earth withers
the moon crumbles
one by one
stars flutter into dust

but the sea
does not change
and she goes forth out of hands and
she returns into hands

and is with sleep….

love,
the breaking

of your
soul
upon
my lips

e e cummings

Squeaky Beach from Pillar Point, Wilsons Promontory National Park
Squeaky Beach from Pillar Point, Wilsons Promontory National Park
Norman Beach and Mt Oberon from Pillar Point, Wilsons Promontory National Park
Norman Beach and Mt Oberon from Pillar Point, Wilsons Promontory National Park
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Wilsons Colour Chart

A sample of some of the colours of Wilsons Promontory National Park, in winter:

Most of these are taken around Tidal River, Norman Beach, Squeaky Beach and Pillar Point.

Ripples

Above: Ripples, where Tidal River runs across Norman Beach into Bass Strait.  Shot at dusk.

ISO 100, 18mm, f/11, 2.5s.  Shot with the assistance of my Induro AT413 tripod (a.k.a. ‘Gigantor’) in the beautiful Wilsons Promontory National Park.

Having some ‘technical difficulty’ getting my panorama sequences from holidays working. Meanwhile, above is a sample of what I *hope* to have in panorama later.

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Wild Natives

We’ve recently had a great holiday trip through country Victoria and we got a good look at some Australian native wildlife along the way.  You don’t see these guys hanging around the city, so while I’ve seen all of these animals in wildlife parks etc., I hadn’t seen emu or wombats in the wild before this. The kids were very excited and we kept a tally – for those interested, we saw 4 emu, about 30 kangaroos, 21 wombats (including one extremely cute baby wombat) and about 70 koala (and assorted other birds etc.).

These photos were taken in Wilsons Promontory National Park and Great Otway National Park and I will have plenty more photos of those beautiful areas, to follow, when I get the chance to go through them.

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