This is a set of images that I took on Feb.9 2013 whilst wandering through the wetlands area at Torquay, which is on the southern coast of Victoria here in Australia.
Torquay and Anglesea is the gateway to The Great Ocean Road, and anywhere throughout this area is a must for anyone visiting this part of the world.
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Taken with a Lumix G2 using a 14 – 42 Four Thirds lens with a touch of HDR (x2).


dusk, sunset, torquay, victoria, wetlands, australiana, australia, hdr

I live at Riddells Creek in the Macedon Ranges of Victoria, and have been involved in Horticulture all my life.
I play Blues Harmonica and Bodhran’ in my spare time, as well as getting involved with Genealogy and Medieval History,
I have also been acting for 40 years and was lucky to be cast as a judge in the movie “Stricly Ballroon”…
But my camera is my passion.

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  • cullodenmist
    cullodenmistover 1 year ago

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 1 year ago

    Very lovely capture.

  • This place was teaming with wildlife…
    Between the birds and the scenery, I couldn’t stop clicking…

    – cullodenmist

  • David Davies
    David Daviesover 1 year ago

    Incredible colours, Larry.

  • I hope to get back there again soon.

    – cullodenmist

  • owlspook
    owlspookover 1 year ago

    the town I lived in for many years on the coast of Oregon used to be a river delta … now much of the town is wetland like this … I used to go back into it (behind my house and later across the road from where I lived) and explore … I also removed a lot of old blackberry canes from the drier areas … after a few seasons I had my own extensive blackberry “farm” … miss it since here in NE Wyoming I have to purchase them from the store and they go for big bucks (sigh) …. free food is always better (big smile) …. this is another great shot! … you have the eye, Larry (big smile)

  • Here where I live, I grow “Marion” Berries. They are like Blackberries but specially cultivated to be desease free, and they are twice as large.
    When they are ripe I place them in containers and then into the freezer.
    This way, I can eat them throughout the year when they are out of season, as well as give them away to friends…And they are so delicious…

    – cullodenmist

  • owlspook
    owlspookover 1 year ago

    yummy I’ve had Marion Berries before .. yes very tasty .. a different taste than the blackberries but good (big smile)

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