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Sunday, April 09, 2006
Come for a look around Australia with me
telling everyone else what to do with photos lately, so thought I'd
better get in some practice.
I'm not sure whether the limitation was 5 photos or 1MB size, but I
could only load these 5 photos here, these are loaded as small images.
This is Cradle Mountain - Lake St. Clair in Tasmania.
Tasmania is our Island State, and a very beautiful, if tiny, place
it is at our most southery point, (closest settlement to the South Pole)
so the weather here can be pretty chilly, and subject to very
This lovely spot is Lake McKenzie, on Fraser Island, Queensland
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, a little over 100
miles long and up to 20 miles wide, lake McKenzie is a crystal clear
fresh water lake, one of several on the island.
A "mob" of Kangaroo's feeding and at play at sundown.
Kangaroo's are the largest of our marsupials and are largely nocturnal
so early morning and at sundown are the times you most often see them
in the centre of this pic are two males. (bucks) playfully fighting, these
fights loose their playfullness when it comes to breeding jousts.
I love this almost sepia effect that shows the city skyline of Adelaide
Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia, also known as the city
of churches it is the 4th largest city in Australia and a lovely city.
This little fellow is our lovely Koala, another marsupial.
Often mistakenly called a Koala Bear, they are not a member of the
bear family at all.
Koalas live in eucalypt (Gum) trees, they live on a diet of gum leaves
which are very low in food value, so they have to consume great
quantities to get their energy requirement, for this reason they are
very lethargic most of the time