I enjoyed the world's great coastal drives along the Great Ocean Road with its dramatic scenery of striking contrasts. It took about 5 hours drive from Melbourne CBD.With the powerful seas, golden beaches, peaceful townships, giant cliffs and lush forests, the journey was great but the weather was not attracting.
I wish I had a beautiful day with bright blue sky. :(Dramatic, powerful, dangerous and majestic. How can words describe?? Although it was named twelve Apostles, to day it has only 9 left. Long journey to get there. With this beautiful large shore every body get down here to take pictures. If I am not mistaken, there are over 150 stair cases to reach here. Dramatic, powerful, dangerous and majestic. Since it is a soft rock, it is your own responsibility for any consequences. Of course I took the risk to take pictures. :) Scenery along the way to the twelve Apostles. I captured this while people are concentrating the soft rock and the Ocean. Zoomed in to the soft rock. Other view of the dramatic, powerful, dangerous and majestic soft rock. Thanks God, a got a little blue sky which I was hoping for the whole day. Different perspective of the soft rock. I love this simple shot of dramatic scene. At Port Campbell. Scenery along the way to the twelve Apostles. Great Ocean Road. At Apollo Bay where we have our lunch. Dramatic, powerful, dangerous and majestic. Scenery along the Great Ocean Road. This forest is just beside our tea party, our breakfast, during the second stop. By the way I can't recall the name of the stop. Sorry guys.. This guy was shot with 18-200 mm, full zoom during our second stop on the way to the twelve Apostles. These guys are taken at our second stop where we have our breakfast, in fact tea and local cake, which they call it laminton cake. We are on the Great Ocean road and on the right is the hill where some people build their summer houses.
On the left is the powerful Ocean.Rest room at Bell Beach. It would be a beautiful shot if it it sunny. This the very first stop at Bell Beach on the way to twelve Apostles.