The Great Ocean Road, Victoria

For one's eyes only -- This tranquil lagoon is not far from the mouth of the petite Sherbrooke River, within a comfortable 2km walk of the Lord Ard Gorge area. Scenic as it may be, the plant growth and broken rocks are likely to make barefoot beachcombing unpleasant, and the brine hangs heavily in the air despite the sea breeze, like sewage from a fish market.

This photo is taken with the Canon G1 digital camera.

Australia 2001

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