Australian Landscape Photography by Michael Boniwell.
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This is a tack sharp 87 megapixel image, suitable for enormous enlargements.
Croajingolong is a large national park residing in the far east of Victoria, Australia. Thought to be named after the aboriginal tribe inhabiting that area, it’s vast coastal regions are a delight to explore with heavily forested bushland terminating in either rocky points or long empty beaches often devoid of any footprints.
Built in 1887 the lighthouse at Point Hicks is worth a visit, though it can be incredibly windy at times. You can even book an overnight stay at the keepers cottages.