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Beach Road part 2


I took more shots as we walked back from the beach.  The light was really lovely by now.




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  1. I know I don't have to pick a favourite ... but the palm leaf is FAAAABULOUS!!!

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    1. It am always delighted at what light paints. So much more creative than me.

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  2. Just been catching up on all your posts back to Frazer Island. You have visited some great places on this tour. The top shot of the beach road and walkers is fabulous. It is a great time for photos. The light is wonderful.

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    1. I spotted then and thought immediately that it would make an aha photo.

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  3. I would enjoy walking that road.

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    1. I did. But the funny thing is that but for me choosing it as a Road the Beckons I probably would not have walked it and found its delights.

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