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One of Warrnambool’s major draw cards

is its whale nursery.

 

And what better way to discover off shore whales…

…than with a drone probably worth more

than some vehicles on the road.

 Logan’s Beach Whale nursery

is on the Geelong (East) side of Warrnambool…

…and an attraction which I never visited when living a mere 50 kilometres away….

…but I happily drove 200 km back for a visit

a year or so ago.

 No-one ever mentioned the viewing platform or that the whales were so close to shore.

Next week I will post more whale images.

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My-Corner-of-the-World:   2001-21

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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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One-Word-Sunday-Splash

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Southern Right Whales, at…

 

…Logans Beach

Warrnambool

We had just completed our tour of

the Pompeii ruins and down it poured.

 

If it looked bad in the previous photo we had

to work harder not to be splashed

while crossing roads.

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One Word Sunday Challenge:  Splash

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Logan’s Beach…

…a Southern Right Whale Nursery at

Warrnambool

in Victoria’s SouthWest.

 

Warrnambool Beach

Warrnambool Beach and Breakwater

which stops Bass Strait Seas

damaging the beach.

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Water-Water-Everywhere:   #49

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Hopkins Falls, on the Hopkins River…

…is a few kilometres out of Warrnambool

in Victoria’s SouthWest.

 

At only 12 metres high it is not a high falls however,

it is 90 metres wide which compensates it lack in height.

This is an  August (winter) photo.

During summer months while there is

still water flowing it is nothing like this.

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Water-Water-Everywhere:   #49

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Feet from all over.

Leopard’s feet,

Kruger National Park,

South Africa.

Purple Swamp Hen,

Warrnambool

(South West)

Victoria

Probably tourist feet

in

Great Britain

Harpist feet,

Brugge,

Belgium.

Elephant

Round front feet

vs…

 

…Oval Hind feet

Black Swan

Warrnambool

(South West)

Victoria

Warrnambool is a coastal town

which fills with tourists during summer. 

It also was our shopping centre

whilst  living on the farm.

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Cee’s Black & White Challeng:  Feet-Human-Animal

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