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I went for a little walk one lunchtime, and happened to have my camera with me. The building with the ANZ sign at the top is where I work, just under half-way up. Well, where I work until next Thursday, after which I'm on leave until the 30th, and then unemployed :-)
This is what happens when I have a camera handy all the time - I take photos of the oddest things. In this case I thought "ooh, nice light", and reached for the camera.
This was about 2/3 of the way from Horsham to Warnambool, and is basically a hill in the middle of an area that is mostly dead flat plains, as the photo shows, I hope.
This was one of the earlier sights along the Great Ocean Road - much of the coast in that area is cliffs similar to this.
This is The Arch.
Erosion from tides and winds have left many spectacular rock formations along this area of the coast, such as this one.
This is looking almost straight down from one of the viewing paths near The Arch. Hasn't quite captured the clarity and essential greenness of the water, though.
Finally, the 12 Apostles. Unfortunately, we got here fairly late in the day, and clouds had been steadily gathering during the day, so they weren't as spectacular as they could be.