Today is the last day of a mini holiday Pammy and I have been enjoying on the far south coast of New South Wales, one of my favourite parts of the planet, and so I have a few holiday snapz to share with you.
All the photos this time come via my iPhone, and this time I discovered the iPhone's "Panorama" setting, which allows you to sweep your camera from left to right – and the iphone takes care of the rest, getting rid of all your wobbles to create a nicely postcard-like image. I love it, and if you click on the photos all of them should pop up much larger and look nicer.
|Camel Rock beach, just north of Bermagui.|
|Looking south from the Blue Pool, near Bermagui|
|Mount Dromedary, viewed from Bermagui.|
|Old Tathra Wharf, 40km south of Bermagui|
|I tried to make the edges of this sandbank, which is about|
four feet high, look like it's an impressive cliff formation that
you might find while dying of thirst in the Sahara.
|Mystery Bay, so named because in the 1880s a boat was found|
washed up on the shore. It should have contained three locals
plus a Government Surveyor and his assistant, but none of
the poor souls was ever found.
|Mystery Bay contains a seemingly endless series of beaches.|
Wander each beach's length to the rock platform at the end,
round the corner and another beach stretches ahead.
|Finally, a few close-ups to finish. Whenever I look down while|
walking on beaches, I momentarily think I am in a desert.
|What a dazzling colour for a beachside flower. If I was a|
bee I could spot it from the next headland.
|Seashells, seaweed, bluebottles and driftwood|
|Finally, here's the best part of the town where we stayed:|
the wharf at Bermagui, where fish and chips is a way of life.