The view out over Lake Burley Griffin from the Black Mountain Tower. It looks like I could have done with cracking a smile!
- Aperture: ƒ/4.3
- Camera: PENTAX Optio S45
- Focal length: 5.8mm
- ISO: 50
One new photo each day
After a busy day walking around Sydney, Susan enjoys refreshments in the Ice Bar Sydney.
The view from the Cambewarra Mountain Lookout. The vista takes in the Shoalhaven River and the town of Bomaderry.
Me enjoying the view from the Disaster Bay Lookout in just over the border NSW.
The Point Hicks obelisk, this commemorates Captain Cooks’ first sighting of mainland Australia in 1770. The plaque reads:
Lieutenant James Cook, R.N. Of the Endeavour, First Sighted Australia Near This Point, Which He Named Point Hicks After Lieutenant Zachary Hicks Who First Saw the Land. April 19th (Ship’s Log Date). April 20th (Calendar Date). 1770.
Pooint Hicks Lighthouse in East Gippsland is Australia’s tallest mainland light house. The adjoining keepers cottages were made of oregon taken from shipwrecks.
Me and Dad pose in front of the QE2, Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth 2.
A tank full of Moonlighters (Tilodon sexfasciatus) seen at the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium.
The White Rabbit from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland at the 2008 Frankston Sand Sculpting Festival.
Puss in Boots at the 2008 Frankston Sand Sculpting Festival.
May Gibbs’ Gumnut Babies at the 2008 Frankston Sand Sculpting Festival.