December 4, 2009

Skywatch: Wye River, Great Ocean Road

In my last post, I showed some photos of Lorne. Further down the coast, about a half hour drive is Wye River, a small settlement with a little grocery store, a nice pub and houses on a hill.

Cloudy Blue Sky © Evelyn Howard 2009 
Wonderful clumpy clouds

Woman and dog at Wye River Beach © Evelyn Howard 200 
Lovely walk on the beach

Fishing at Wye River Beach © Evelyn Howard 200 

Fishing at Wye River Beach © Evelyn Howard 2009 
A fisherman who had the beach to himself (the bottom photo is a close-up)

Great Ocean Road © Evelyn Howard 200
Road sign on the Great Ocean Road

Wye River Beach © Evelyn Howard 2009 
Low tide

 

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18 comments:

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Evelyn: What a neat series of photos , you surely got some great results for SWF.

Diane AZ said...

What a beautiful place to visit. I would like to drive on the curvy road and look at the houses on the hill.

Julie said...

How nice it is to see Australian images scattered amongst the Skywatch posts. You certainly live in a very beautiful part of our country. The hugeness and aloneness of your beach shots are great. I like, too, the curves of the tidal river.

Wonderful post.

eden said...

beautiful series of pictures.

Happy Weekend

JOE TODD said...

Can't beat the beach and sky combo

K Soucy said...

Beautiful pictures, love the clouds.

Sylvia K said...

What marvelous captures, Evelyn! Love the clouds and the beach shots! Looks like my kind of place! Thanks for sharing!

Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Manang Kim said...

Wow with our winter cold weather now I love to see beaches and those blue skies makes me think of going south to a warm weather ^_^

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Rinkly Rimes said...

Your clouds look so 'washed'. Had it rained? I know the Ocean Road.

Gaelyn said...

What a great diversity of clouds. The first ones look like mushrooms. And I really like the idea of having the beach to yourself, just wouldn't be fishing. Great series.

Sally in WA said...

Very nice photos. I enjoyed the one at low tide. Maybe because that is when I like walking on the beach to see what has been left behind.

Thanks for the visit. Have a wonderful weekend!

Evelyn Howard said...

Thanks everyone.

@Rinkly Rimes: I can't remember. It only rained a little while we were there, so even if it did, it was only a little. Didn't know if that made the clouds look different...

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

It looks like you got all the good spots. Nice shots.

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D Herrod said...

Love the beach shots

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Beautiful clouds, just hanging there! Good shot!

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

I love your pictures of the beach and the clouds. So romantic.

Carletta said...

Love the cottony clouds in the first one!
Round The Bend.

mitt vattenhål said...

the last one makes me remember when I was walking on the beach at Apollo Beach in low tide, the sand and the water made such great sculptures. wish I could go back there. thanks for comments om my blog :-)

Christina, Sweden

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