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Dwight
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Dwight May 19
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Dwight May 19
The best thing about this location is that there are so many great options to capture the cascading falls (upper, middle and lower) without getting in the way of other tourists and photographers. (it is quite busy…
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Dwight May 19
The hideous destruction brought to the southeastern shore of Waverton Peninsula via BP has been returned to the public as reclaimed parkland which overlooks Berrys Bay and Sydney Harbour. The site still incorporates…
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Dwight May 19
Gracious Norfolk Pines line The Esplanade and draw a line where the holiday town of Terrigal meets the sea.. Could not complain about the great view of the area from a recent stay on the 7th floor at the Crowne…
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Dwight May 19
Lake Jindabyne Sunrise A flashback to a sunrise last year when visiting Lake Crackenback and Thredbo @ Lake Jindabyne
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Dwight May 19
The name of this rock stack comes from the jagged edges that run along its peak. It’s characterised by deep rough grooves caused by constant wave action and salty winds. (Taken with my Canon 5D Mark IV, HDR function)…
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Dwight May 19
The Windamere Dam holds 368.12 megalitres (more than half the volume of Sydney Harbour) and it is named after a property on which it was built. It is currently at 44.6% capacity. @ Windamere Dam
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Dwight May 19
A few weeks back, we decided to climb the headland at Palm Beach and take in the sunset. We decided to take the Smugglers Track, a steep and challenging 400m climb. This track got its name from customs officers who…
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Dwight May 19
Pink Sky at Night, Fishermans Delight... @ North Head Sanctuary
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Dwight May 19
Breenhold Gardens covers over 45 hectares of gardens, parkland and native bushland. Over the past 40 years several thousand exotic and indigenous trees and flowering shrubs have been planted. This is by far my most…
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Dwight May 19
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Dwight May 19
It was a perfect night for star gazing (Sun 12.8.18) - dark skies, a new moon, the Milky Way high in the sky, clearly visible planets and a meteor shower to boot.. The added bonus, finding a dark spot at the local…
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Dwight May 19
The Little Blowhole is most active in a North East swell and "Kiama" has long been translated as “where the sea makes a noise”. I wasn't disappointed on the evening last week, when I went to take in the sunset with a…
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Dwight May 19
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Dwight May 19
Kiama Sunset | Little Blowhole | Coastal Walk I was pleased to be able to have taken many photos at this location yesterday - wasn't the sunset just stunning? The area and the two famous Kiama blowholes were formed…
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Dwight May 19
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Dwight May 19
Waiheke Island is the most populated and second-largest island in the Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand. The white sandy beach slopes gently down into the Hauraki Gulf and is perfect for swimming, kayaking, or having a…
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Dwight May 19
The old coal loading platform at Waverton has been turned into a multi purpose recreational space for the public. The concrete and sandstone structure is one hectare (7 olympic swimming pools) in size (lots of space…
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