Wednesday, September 17, 2014

A Sunday drive through Canunda National Park




Number Two Rocks







Lake Bonney

Cape Banks lighthouse, Carpenters Rocks 



My Little Drummer Boys
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22 comments:

  1. What a beautiful spot. One day I will get to do more than just drive past!

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    1. You have to do it! If you make it through before 2pm, lunch at the Carpenters Rocks pub is the go!

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous landscapes and amazing photography.

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  3. Awesome pics.
    Love the lighthouse!!

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    1. You know you're at the end when you see this lighthouse over the bushes. I kinda like it. There was a family having a picnic out of the back of their SVU when we stopped by!

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  4. Lovely photo's Alicia! It's great to be able to see other parts of Australia without having to travel (though I really would like to travel around Austalia one day!!). :-)

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    1. Wouldn't that be awesome to see all of Australia. I like my home too much to be travelling all the time. Maybe in bits and pieces :)

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  5. You do live close to some pretty awesome sights! Are those wind thingees nosiy? And how did you do the pano - it's magic!

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    1. Emily, there should be a panoramic setting on your camera. It's easy. Mine is on the turny wheel thing on the top of the camera. Then you just take a series of three shots, the camera does the rest.

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    2. There is a bit of a whoosh sound if you stand close to one. They remind me of a Stephen King story, a bit eerie, I can't remember which one!

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  6. Amazing! This looks like a beautiful place of the world and your photos of it are gorgeous. I would love to check it out one day.

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    1. That would be so cool. I just love showing people our treasures in the limestone coast. You most definitely need a 4WD, but is worth doing.

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  7. Fantastic shots, love the wind turbines xxxx

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    1. Our town is on the other side of those wind turbines. It's great to see them from a different perspective.

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  8. Beautiful shots. I like the wind turbines too, I loved their view in WA.

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    1. I love them too. It is awesome to see them from this angle, atop a giant sanddune overlooking Lake Bonney. It's amazing!

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  9. Beautiful pictures, I love nature, it's just so peaceful & amazing. Would have made for a lovely Sunday drive.

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    1. It always is a great drive through this part of the world. We're so lucky to have it on our back doorstep :)

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  10. Beautiful countryside and great photography. x

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  11. Gorgeous pictures! Looks like a beautiful spot!

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