Monday, 21 March 2011

My World Tuesday - Point Lonsdale

Most Australians like close to the sea - tucked between the coast and the Great Dividing Range, we hug the coast. When you see places like this I suppose its understandable.

This light house guards the entrance to Port Phillip Bay, behind which sits Melbourne.

You can find more images of great places here or you can click on the My World Tuesday link on the RHS of the screen.
You can also see at my most recent posts on my other blog by clicking on the "Paying Ready Attention" Link on the RHS of the screen.
Have a good Tuesday!


  1. Great shots , Stewart!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  2. Terrific shots as always, Stewart! I do love the lighthouse! Beautiful skies and water! Doesn't get any better! Have a great week!


  3. what spectacular shots. i love the second one especially.

  4. Great photography here, Stewart!

  5. Wow - what a superb location!

  6. belle serie sur la plage, le phare semble tres beau

    Publicity ;o) Every Friday (and the Weekend), The Challenge "Walk In The Street Photography"

  7. Visiting from My World Tuesday

    following you, hope you'll follow me back..

    my entry's here:

  8. Hi Stewart! Great shots of a beautiful part of the world!
    I love the lighthouse. I am also looking forward to photographing some of the lighthouses in Port Phillip Bay and the ocean side of the Peninsula in December - so much to photograph in only 10 days! My parents have also organised some culture for me so it will be busy.

    I am looking forward to walking down to Mt Martha Beach each night to photograph the sunset over the bay & the bathing boxes!

    Check out my posts on the bay areas of Brisbane:

    It's over an hours drive for us to either the Sunshine or Gold Coasts.

    Thanks again for your comments and I am enjoying catching up with your older posts. :)