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Railway line a few kilometres out of Geelong.

 



Fire trail among our Blue Gums.

Vanishing into smoke haze and there is a

bend in the road just beyond the haze.

 

 

 

Port Fairy Beach,

South West Victoria.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:...Vanishing-Point

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The tide is still as high to the west…

 

…and little further round to the left of the previous image

is the Port Fairy Lighthouse.

Just to the right and in front of the lighthouse

the Moyne River empties into Bass Strait.

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Killarney Beach.

Walk this way (west) and you will

finish up in Port Fairy,

which is exactly what we did in 2002 while

I was teaching at a nearby High School.

 

The straight line is a little over 6 kilometres.

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Water-Water-Everywhere:   #51

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opening

a space or gap that allows passage or access.

Port Phillip Bay opens into the open seas

via a shallow and narrow opening between

Point Nepean and Point Lonsdale.

Point Lonsdale from Point Nepean

Point Nepean from Point Lonsdale.

 

Just behind the trees on the left is where

the Moyne River converges with the sea.

 

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The mouth of the Hopkins River at Warrnambool.

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The commonality each of these

places have…

…is that all three empty in Bass Strait.

Port Phillip Bay on the right, Warrnambool’s

Hopkins River (second from let) and

Port Fairy’s Moyne River is the extreme left point

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