Busselton Jetty - almost 2k out into the Geographe Bay, Indian Ocean
Brookwood Estates, Margaret River
Cowaramup Brewery - Tasting Paddle
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
Where Two Oceans Meet - Most South Westerly Point of Australia
Filed under Events in Review, Pictures Tell a Thousand Words
Tagged as Augusta, Australia, Busselton, Cape Leeuwin, Margaret River, Photography, Traveling
Wow. I love how that brush grows right up to the rocky ocean shore.
Thanx for the full-screen pics since sadly, I’m financially de-winged to travel such a distance.
(Still that “tasting paddle” is definitely giving me some ideas. *mouth watering*)
Ok – I interpreted that comment as dirty. Brush does not equal bush, I need to get out more 😉
Sheesh, I make 1 little blue airport comment and all the sudden I’m the Marquis de Sade of wordpress…
[Double-take] Wait a minute– what the hell am I saying?! I’d TOTALLY LOVE to be the Marquis de Sade of wordpress!
Haha.. well I guess we all have our lots in life 😉 And you started it!
Great snaps Saz……worthy of postcards?
Oh wow, now you’re better than me at photography.
Bah.. hardly. I didn’t notice that I had my camera settings on ‘small’ so these snaps would look terrible if I actually printed them 😦 And the lighthouse photo was actually taken by my cousin 🙂
What does it mean that with all of these beautiful scenic shots, I got the most excited about the tasting paddle?
It means we are cut from the same cloth – I eliminated many other beautiful shots to make room for the Paddle 😉
I’ve always wanted to go to Margaret River – great pics. Hope you went to the Leeuwin Winery.. I live in Australia and haven’t been there.. you’re from Toronto – does this mean I’m lazy.
Didn’t actually hit Leeuwin winery – but did hit several others.
If you do make it down there I highly recommend checking out the Bridgefield Guest House – charming and an excellent value!
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