Bar Beach by Rosina  Lamberti

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Bar Beach part of the beautiful Sapphire Coast

The Bega Valley Shire is located at the south-eastern extremity of New South Wales approximately half way between Sydney and Melbourne.
The Shire’s coastal fringe extends from Wallaga Lake (Bermagui) in the north to Cape Howe and the Victorian border in the south.
Collectively, this 106-kilometre section of coastline forms the beautiful Sapphire Coast. Inland, higher peaks of the Great Dividing Range give way to rolling hills, and numerous rivers and streams.


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  • wynity1
    wynity1over 6 years ago

    Don’t we have a beautiful country? Thank you for showing such a wonderful aspect of it.

  • hilarydougill
    hilarydougillover 6 years ago

    Wonderful capture, beautiful colours in the foreground, great vista and perspective.

  • Dave Sandersfeld
    Dave Sandersfeldover 6 years ago

    Incredible color and contrast. The rock colors floors me unless it is Pre-Cambrian – very old billion – no oxygen in air to rust rock! fascinating photo

  • krafty
    kraftyover 6 years ago

    Wow…the colours of the rocks in the foreground is stunning..such a beautiful panorama…beautiful shot.!!

  • Andy Harris
    Andy Harrisover 6 years ago

    wow – gorgeous colour rock…! Lovely scene!

  • Jim Caldwell
    Jim Caldwellover 6 years ago

    Good composition

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 6 years ago

    beautiful capture and view

  • Steve Axford
    Steve Axfordover 6 years ago

    I used to go fishing there as a kid. A good spot at low tide. I don’t think Dave is right with the pre-cambrian as none of the eastern side of Oz is pre-cambrian. Anyway, there used to be more oxygen in the air which is why the really old parts of Oz are so red – ferric iron instead of ferrous iron.

  • Steve Axford
    Steve Axfordover 6 years ago

    Whoops – less oxygen is correct. Ferric oxide has less oxygen than ferrous oxide. I’ll bet you wanted to know that!!!!!

  • brirose55
    brirose55over 6 years ago

    great capture

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