Saturday, 8 October 2016

South Coast Panoramas

This past week I enjoyed a fabulous short break on the NSW South Coast which is not an area I'd really been to before. I'd driven through some of it, but decades ago, and never really stayed. It's such a beautiful area and now I know I'll go back. 

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The view over Kiama from Saddleback Mountain Lookout

Seven Mile Beach

The whitest sand in the world!
Hyam's Beach

I spent a gorgeous few hours reading with this view
while Master Wicker spent a long time in the many rock pools 
Up early for dawn at Hyam's Beach
Dolphin Point
Pebbly Beach
famous for it's beach loving kangaroos
The weather turned as we drove through Braidwood
and we would arrive in Canberra in a maelstrom
Canola in full bloom near Boorowa
All the recent flooding rains
 have left a green dividend
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Sandra Nachlinger said...

LOVE your panoramic photos! Such a gorgeous place. I'd love to visit.

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

My brother lived in Australia for a couple of years. I regret that I did not figure out a way to get there when he was there. Now I wonder if I'll ever get to see this beautiful place....

Esme said...

These are such lovely views. You are making me long for a return trip to Australia.

Suko said...

STUNNING! I need to practice taking panoramic shots.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Gorgeous! I love panoramic shots, too...and beaches. Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.

Brona said...

It's such a beautiful area & it looks even lovelier when it's so green. And I love the canola when it flowers.

betty-NZ said...

These are some amazing scenes! Each one has its own beauty so I can't pick one over the others. What a wonderful part of your country.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful panoramic pics! Thanks for sharing them. I just found out this is a Sat. Snapshot post from last week. Looking forward to see your current one. :)

Tamara said...

Beautiful shots of our beautiful coast. So regenerating. I hope you had a wonderful time.