Hola my friend with the wondeful title! GGR.
I am really pleased that you like it, dear Füsun.
This reminds me so much of a beach in Norwaye, where a small stream cuts through the beach to reach the sea. A beautiful photo of a beautiful place. I would love to visit Kylies beach Ian :))
And I would love to take you there, Amelia!
But tomorrow I begin my journey back to Bali, before going to Tonga for 5.5 months, so I'll soon have to leave this scenery behind for other wonderful landscapes. Mind you the camera is coming with me.
Dear Ian, enjoy your journey, and the work too. I'm sure you will. And would you ever leave your camera behind? We all look forward to the wonderful landscapes you will be bringing us, and I will dream of Australian beaches :))
Warm wishes, Amelia
But I am not sure that I will have ready affordable access to the internet for the next 6 months, so I may be living in a Panoramio drought. How can I go cold turkey? I will miss everyone.
We'll send you money!! Or failing that, we'll really miss your presence Ian.
Best wishes for your forthcoming project, Amelia
We did well with the e-addresses, Amelia. Do I send you my swift code now?? ;-)) Greetings from Sydney, tonight.
Good title and great shot ~ loads of character ~ and have a great trip Ian ~ Ciao nick
Thanks indeed, Nick. I always look forward to travelling and to meeting up with friends and co-workers. I am sure there will be images to share, eventually. Regards,
Not the end ... and let
...I think in the title...
Greetings from Serbia.
You seem to be doing well with Internet access Ian, and how pleased we all are :)
That is a good thought, Dubraka - for in our rather dry continent it is good to see the rivers full and flowing to the sea. Our long Murray River struggles now with salt and low flows because we have taken far too much water from it for too long to grow rice, orchards and vineyards on dry plains. It has been time to LET the waters flow to the sea.
Thanks for your thorough visit to my album.
Greetings to Serbia from an Australian.
I am glad that you have enjoyed this scene, John.
So beautiful! Olga
It is the same Pacific that your son explores off Kamchatka, but a very different coastline. I am pleased that you have enjoyed this one, Olga.
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Photo taken in Crowdy Bay National Park, Crowdy Bay National Park NSW 2427, Australia
Misplaced? Suggest new location