The Australia Day public holiday marks the end of the summer holiday period here in Australia, with people heading back to work and kids back to school. We took advantage of the long weekend to have few days out - one to the hills and the other to the coast.
The trip to the hills involved some cycling along the Warburton Rail Trail - around 40km of disused railway line no used for cycling, walking and horse riding (We didn't do it all).
We also took a drive up to the summit of Mount Donna Buang and a brief walk around the rain forest tree top trail.
The coast trip involved a bit of time on the beach at Flinders and some stops along towards Cape Schank.
Cape Schank Lighthouse
Lone Tree - Whilst sitting on the beach, this lone tree on a distant headland attracted my attention. Unfortunately by the time I realised the shot I wanted, the tide was coming in and I couldn't get close enough, even at 200mm, so I've had to crop.
Lone Tree B&W A B&W version also appealed to me, although it is a bit hazy. Perhaps an excuse for a return visit.
Camera: Fuji X-E3, Lenses: 27 f/2.8, 18-55 and 55-200.