Looking back on Australia's past

Steve Randall

MInto, Australia

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204 VIEWS at 17 May 2013

Capture of Kingston Jetty, Slaughter Bay Norfolk Island

Kingston is located on the east-west aligned Kingston Plain which rises from the coast to about 20 metres above sea level in the foothills of the Kingston escarpment. The plain is 1.5 kilometres long by about 500 metres wide, with calcareous lime sands to the south along the coast and basaltic clays to the north along the foothills. The western end of the plain is marked by the 60 metre high Flagstaff Hill. Watermill Creek traverses the plain after leaving Arthur’s Vale to the north-west, and is joined by Town Creek and several minor tributaries to form the Kingston swamps before draining into Emily Bay. Most of the accessible beaches on the island are located along the Kingston foreshores. Southwards, Emily Bay and Slaughter Bay open into the Kingston lagoon and reefs and the broad expanse of Sydney Bay. Eastwards, Cemetery Bay opens directly into the South Pacific Ocean.
100 VIEWS 27 Dec 2012
Nikon D90
Tokina 11-16mm
Focal Length 11mm
f11, 1/2500, ISO 400

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