I took this when I went for a stroll at St.Pauls Backbeach at Sorrento, here in Victoria Australia.
There are so many angles to choose from when photographing the weathered formations along the beach, that it’s very hard to stop clicking.
This is not Sorrento in the UK or Italy..
When the emigrants arrived from Europe in the 1800’s they brought with them the names of the places they had come from..hence Australia has duplicate names from all over the place…especially the UK.
Click HERE if you want to read about this wonderful location…
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Taken with a Panasonic Lumix G2 using a 14 – 43mm Four Thirds lens with just a touch of HDR. ( x2)
Taken with the camera at ground level.