Another corker of a sunset over the Thurra River in Croajingolong National Park, Victoria Australia. The fires nearby added to the haze and gave good colour. My campsite is one of 45 sites that sit amongst the Mahogany gums off to the left of this shot. There’s no electricity and everything is self sufficient. The dunes which are located at the very rear of this image tower over both the Thurra and Muellar rivers which are located at their base. The biggest dunes, I’m told, in Australia. The thurra river camping ground is accessed by the only bridge of which I’m taking this shot from. It’s about an hour or so from Cann river and 43 kilometres to the grounds but slow going due to the windy dirt track amongst Croajingolong National Park. From my campsite I can access Point Hicks Lighthouse which is about a 7 k walk or any of the diverse beaches nearby including the divine West beach. I surf fish every day and sometimes at night catching the odd shark or two from the front beach. Nearby also is Honey moon bay and the Muellar river which can be enjoyed in many ways also. A very bio diverse area. I love it here, but school holidays it’s a ballot system to get a spot. My friends and I go just after school holidays where it’s pretty much just us and nature. February 2013. Taken with Nikon D60 and Sigma 10 -20 lens.