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Friday, March 3, 2017

Today's ABC Open photos

Roses have just been amazing in the garden

By lovemerino ·  · From Pic of the Week
Roses have just been amazing in the Glenwood garden this year - even with all of the heat! Published 10 Feb 2017.  Glenwood NSW 2768

Mufasa says it's hot leave me alone
By christine_oliver ·  · From Pic of the Week
Sooo over the heat. Wishing for a storm!   Published 10 Feb 2017.  Ipswich QLD 4305

These guys had it all worked out
By lucygoosebradshaw ·  · From Pic of the Week

These guys had it all worked out: ample red wine, a nice old wooden boat to relax on, the company of others and music!  They were playing a slightly adjusted version of  "We are sailing".  Good times!   Published 13 Feb 2017.  Hobart TAS 7000

All aboard the Puffing Billy
By Abel Photography ·  · From Pic of the Week
All aboard the Puffing Billy   Published 13 Feb 2017.  Belgrave VIC 3160

A Rufous Fantail
By mavover ·  · From Pic of the Week
A Rufous Fantail that stopped just long enough to get a picture. Redwood park                             Published 13 Feb 2017.  Toowoomba City QLD 4350

Walking to Cape Raoul
   By gregfaull ·  · From Pic of the Week

Yesterday I walked into Cape Raoul on the Tasman Peninsula.
One of the most breathtaking day walks I have done!  The walk takes you through heath, woodland and rainforest vegetation to stunning coastal seascapes with incredible dolerite sea columns that are 300 metres high.  
If there is anything like stepping onto another planet than Cape Raoul is it.  All up the walk is around 14 kilometres and takes a little under 4 hours to do.  There are a few different options though it you want to shorten it.  For example, you can just walk the lookout.
It's now in my Top 3 for Tassie day walks, along with Crescent Bay and South Cape Bay.  Without doubt this is one of the most spectacular coastal experiences you can have, not only in Tassie but anywhere in the world.   Published 13 Feb 2017.  Koonya TAS 7187