The Great Ocean Road, Victoria

The Lush Coast -- Tourists traveling from Melbourne need to drive only 70km to start feasting their eyes along the Great Ocean Road, built by otherwise unemployed WWI veterans to commemorate their fallen mates at the onset of the Great Depression. One of the first stops along the tour will be Apollo Bay, where  temperate rain forests meet the verdant grazing hills that roll abruptly  towards the coast. 

This photo is taken with the Canon G1 digital camera.

Australia 2001

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