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The early morning is so gorgeous by the water. Come on let's head down to the beach.

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  1. Yes, as Martina said of the previous photograph, landscape like this is not that usually connected with Australia.

    I think the relaxing is working, judging from the images you have been able to craft.

    Early mornings are good ... repeat after me ...

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  2. The light is really beautiful!

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  3. Wonderful yet again. However I haven't gotten up so early on a weekend for awhile!

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  4. The early morning is lovely but the real reason I see it at the beach is because I am camping. By the time I've woken up enough to trudge over to the amenities I'm awake and have seen how nice it is.

    At home there is no risk of this. I look bleary eyed out at the dawn and head back to my warm bed.

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  5. I really like these tranquility photos - they make me feel like I'm on a relaxing vacation by a lake.

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  6. The still water surface is amazing on both this and the previous shot. Beautiful images!

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  7. All three "tranquil" shots are superb

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