The Boathouse on Lake Daylesford catches the last rays of sunlight as the sun sets behind the hills.
The township of Daylesford is located in a region that contains Australia’s largest concentration of natural mineral springs.
A gold rush occurred in the area when alluvial gold was found in 1851, with the town of Daylesford being surveyed in 1854.

Lake Daylesford, which covers land upon which gold was first discovered, was created in 1929 and is located in the beautiful Central Springs Reserve, just a few minutes walk south of the town centre.

291 Views: 3 August 2013.

Olympus E-30, Zuiko 12-60mm SWD, 60mm, f/11, 1/125 sec., ISO 200.

I enjoy photography and love the freedom that digital photography allows you. I enjoy photographing landscapes, coastal scenes and nature.

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  • waxyfrog
    waxyfrogover 2 years ago

    Great shot. Had a visit ther ;ast March. A lovely place.

  • Hi Waxyfrog.
    Thanks for the comments. Daylesford is a lovely town and the boathouse on the lake is well photographed.

    – John Sharp

  • PhotosByG
    PhotosByGabout 2 years ago

  • Thank you. Very much appreciated.

    – John Sharp

  • ImagesbyDi
    ImagesbyDiabout 1 year ago

    Such a shame its gone now. Beautiful image!

  • Thanks for the comment. Shame that it has gone, it had so much appeal. Perhaps it should be titled "last Look at the Boathouse! Cheers.

    – John Sharp

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpabout 1 year ago

  • Thank you very much Marie. Much appreciated.

    – John Sharp

  • Trish Mistric
    Trish Mistricabout 1 year ago

    Great image!

  • Thank you Trish. Glad you like it. Unfortunately it has burnt down recently, so images of it are all that is left!

    – John Sharp

  • Trish Mistric
    Trish Mistricabout 1 year ago

    That’s terrible, but I’m glad u have this pic!

  • Yes it was an icon in our Spa Centre with years of history. Lucky it was well photographed!

    – John Sharp

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