Wordless Wednesday21_0906-Mt-Shadwell

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Mount Shadwell

at Mortlake

in western Victoria.

Mount Shadwell is an extinct volcano rich in olivine,

from where Mortlake takes its title of

Olivine Capital of the World.

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Stay safe.    🙂

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Hope you enjoyed.

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Lens-ArtistPC-151-Large-to-Small

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The Burj Khalifa is the largest subject

I have ever photographed.

Although a large elephant it barely makes

the medium category of my photos.

My smallest subject…a dung beetle.

 

Small, medium and large.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:...Large-to-Small

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:...Large-to-Small

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:…Large-to-Small

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:...Large-to-Small

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A-Photo-a-Week-Challenge-Layers

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Layers of sandstone forms the…


…coastline line along the

Great Ocean Road.

 

Layers of a cake.

 

 

Layer upon layer of petals creating

a beautiful flower.

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A Photo a Week Challenge:...Layers

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Adventure

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an unusual and exciting

or daring experience

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While planning our Canadian-Alaskan trip in 2018

we noticed that there were excursions

to Wiseman, inside the Arctic Circle.

So while many of our travelling companions

were heading home to Australia

a few of us were readying ourselves

for an extra day in Alaska.

Our flight to Coldfoot took around a hour

followed by a short coach ride

to Wiseman.

 

Wiseman is located 63 miles, or 101 kilometres,

north of the Arctic Circle.

While a very small community it was agreed by all

that the visit was well worth it.

And while certainly unusual and exciting experience,

but perhaps not quite daring.

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