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Apollo Bay – Weekly Photo Challenge: One shot, Two ways

This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge is One shot: Two ways, meaning one scene, the photo taken both horizontal and vertical.

Apollo Bay, down on Victoria’s west coast, along the famous Great Ocean Road, is probably my favourite holiday destination in Australia.  It’s the most beautiful place, and almost doesn’t really look like the rest of Victoria/Australia. This little town is one of the few sea-side places in the state of Victoria that faces due east (rather than south), so the sun sets behind the town. All photos were taken in January this year on my iPhone, and haven’t been edited.

The sun setting behind the hills.

The marina

A parent-and-child swans down on the beach, near where the creek (if you can call it that!) meets the sea.

A fishing boat lit up in the mist.

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2 thoughts on “Apollo Bay – Weekly Photo Challenge: One shot, Two ways

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