Monday, 10 October 2011

Our World Tuesday - Welcome to Johanna

Just spent a week out West – along The Great Ocean Road at Johanna. The Road was built in the 1930’s as a project during the Depression. The landscape was built over millions of years by the sea and the wild wind.







We stayed in a small cottage on a dairy farm – lots of cows, mooing and other stuff. The beach was a five minute walk from the front door, and in the evening the setting sun lit up the folds and buckles of the landscape. You fell asleep to the sounds of the ocean and you woke to them as well. As you may be able to tell, I liked the place. More posts to follow!

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Enjoy the pictures!

18 comments:

  1. Sounds delightful. I love the green hills of the dairy farm in the last photo.

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  2. Oh great! Another series for me to be completely jealous of ... we've been prevented from travelling the GOR two years in a row now - hopefully 3rd time lucky next year!!

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  3. Sounds like a lovely place to stay. The beach and the water look gorgeous. Beautiful scenic place, thanks for sharing your world.

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  4. What a gorgeous beach and I love your captures of the surf and waves! What a terrific place to spend some time -- glad you got to enjoy it, Stewart! Thanks for sharing the beauty with us! Hope you have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  5. These are all so beautiful, you have a great eye for composition.

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  6. Beautiful beaches. Great trip.

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  7. Wonderful spot Stewart!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  8. Hi Stewart
    I'm Delwyn from Qld and your wonderful images have reminded me to put the GOR on my to do list.
    Happy Days

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  9. It looks so green and lush! Lovely shots.

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  10. Hmmm Hi Stewart! Sounds like bliss to me and looks peaceful and relaxing..moooo!

    Veronica
    Sour Bok Supporter;((

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  11. Such wonderful sea and coastal inland views! And the weather looks delightful too!

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  12. Superb place Stewart. Great views, surf and tidal pools.

    The cottages are jut a tad over what we normally go for but who knows, we may yet indulge ourselves.

    Have a great week.

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  13. This looks like a wonderful escape. Looking forward to the more photos to follow.

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  14. Sounds relaxing and heavenly. Were you able to swim or is it too dangerous, sharks etc.,?

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  15. Relaxing and beautiful landscapes, fabulous photos!

    Have a nice weekend Stewart.
    oa.s

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