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Over the holiday period we had a few days away.  We stayed at Port Albert, a small village which was once one of the colony of Victoria's busiest ports!

 

First stop on the way down was at Agnes Falls

 

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Agnes Falls

 

Looked quite nice, but access was only to the top of the falls.

 

Another trip was to 90 Mile Beach.

 

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90 Mile Beach

 

This extends from just east of Port Albert all the way to Lakes Entrance - ironically, the opening of the channel at Lakes Entrance was one of the factors in the demise of Port Albert.

 

On our return trip, we spent a day at Wilson's Promontory.  

 

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Picnic Beach - Wilsons Promontory 

 

We walked along a series of such beaches - I could have kept going even further, but didn't have enough gear with me.

 

 

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The detail in these photos is amazing, Chris. I would lift the shadows a bit though as they seem a bit dark on my monitors (which are set quite bright). 

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21 hours ago, Dallas said:

The detail in these photos is amazing, Chris. I would lift the shadows a bit though as they seem a bit dark on my monitors (which are set quite bright). 

Looking at them in a few different screns, I think you are probably right - I've probably been a bit too focused on avoiding blown highlights.

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