Two black swans glide past the remains of an old wooden jetty at Wallagoot Lake.
Wallagoot Lake is a wide relatively shallow lake that is listed as a nationally significant wetland. The lake encompasses a range of important estuarine habitats including saltmarsh and seagrass beds. Wallagoot Lake is an ICOL (intermittently closing and opening lagoon).
The lake is part of Bournda National Park near Tathra, NSW, Australia.
Canon 400D, as is.
The World As We See It – Aug 2011
101 views at 13/9/11