Twelve Apostles Beach, Gibson Steps

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The 12 Apostles - this name given to a beautiful collection of natural limestone stacks. They are located along the famous Great Ocean Road, a scenic route that winds 150 miles along the very picturesque coastline of the South Australia.

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Comments (386)

veranik on August 9

Thank you



José Mª,

fot the visit and kind comment. Glad you like this photo.

Best wishes, veranik

mijodrag on August 9

Very impressive photograph and galery , very nice photo. YsL I added your gallery to my favorites. Friendly greetings from Serbia-Belgrade,Mijodrag

brian gillman on September 16

I've heard it said, "...find the light then find the subject". Your super photo a good example. L&F.

Best wishes, Brian.

veranik on September 17

Thank you Mijodrag, for the visit and the nice compliment. I appteciate like and fav.

Best wishes, veranik

Thank you Braian, for such a poetic comment...These were very beautiful words.

All the Best, veranik

Argenna on October 7

Unforgetable photo!

Dear friends, you know they want to close Panoramio? Panoramio founders Joaquín , Jose and Eduardo opened a petition on This is the link. Please, sign it . It requires 10,000 signatures. If you don`t sign we shall lose your beautiful photos.

Keep Panoramio alive

The repeated message with the link of the petition is not for people wich have already signed, is for all these members, who haven't signed yet and don't know about the situation and probably they enter in your gallery to see yours photos.

Lud Mila on December 29

Super place, super shot!


Best wishes, LudMila

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Photo taken in Port Campbell National Park, Great Ocean Road, Port Campbell VIC 3269, Australia

Photo details

  • Uploaded on August 11, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by veranik
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 17.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/10.000
    • Exposure Bias: -0.67 EV