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Australia’s Great Ocean Road – a teaser

Sunrise at the Twelve Apostles

Australia’s Great Ocean Road – one of the worlds great coastal routes.  The Twelve Apostles – a photographic icon – is well worth the early morning to capture the rosy hues at sun rise.  For my post of cycling the Great Ocean Road, click here.

Taking a rest at Childers Cove

Down to the beach

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About Anita Mac

The bucket list just keeps growing! The more I cross off - the more exciting new destinations and activities I find! I have been fortunate enough to travel a considerable distance over the years. My love of many things, including travel, cycling, kayaking and photography fit together like hand and glove. I have to keep asking myself....where to next? I am happy to share my travels and photography through my blogs: http://traveldestinationbucketlist.com and http://anitamacphotos.wordpress.com Hope you enjoy them as much as I do! On to the next adventure!

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5 thoughts on “Australia’s Great Ocean Road – a teaser

  1. great photos

    Posted by mewithmycamera | August 25, 2011, 12:32 am

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