Thursday, February 25, 2010

Australia holiday_Melbourne

On the way to The Twelve Apostles, which are located along the spectacular Great Ocean Road. The Twelve Apostles are giant rock that rise majestically from the Southern Ocean and are the central feature of the rugged Port Campbell National Park.

The images taken are under very cloudy environment and the worst was it is drizzling every now and then. Sunrise and sunset offer some great views as the Twelve Apostles change several colours from dark in shadow to brilliant sandy yellow under a full sun.

But, unfortunately it was a cloudy day. :(


sskyAw said...

I love 2th most :=)

Islam Australia said...

Its really amazing. I am also from Australia and I love Melbourne very much. And your photos made it even more beautiful. Thank you.

shloke said...

WOW! You still captured some really great photos despite the cloudy skies. This place is BEAUTIFUL! Love the blue waves and gigantic rocks!


Anonymous said...

Got here through mylo.

Hello from London.
Ha ha... Guess the cloudy condition was brought to there from here!

That place reminds me of Cliffs of Moher in Ireland.
I had my packed lunch there, on the edge of the cliff!!! Pretty scary.

PhotoVigor said...

Hello, -sukyaw
-Islam Australia

Thanks for coming, and your kind comments.
Please do come back again.

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

Your top photo makes the beach look so inviting! The cloudy day doesn't seem to matter at all.

fufu said...

ops... nice!! i didnt really explore much when i was there 2yrs ago >< but stuck in the cities (sydney, melbourne and adelaide) >< i wanna go there again

Anonymous said...

Re: Isleworth Ait / 艾尔沃斯岛 / Ait Isleworth / アイズルワース・エイト

Ha ha... That's not completely true.
You've got Pulau Ubi. ;p

Izwan Komari said...

so amazing....i wish i can go there one day