Postcards From Australia

Sydney Opera House from the harbour.
(Camera: Olympus OM-PC; Lens: Zuiko 50mm f/1.8; Film: Fuji Provia 100F transparency)

Last November I flew down to Australia to take in a total eclipse of the Sun. It was my first trip to the Land Down Under (where women glow, and men chunder) and I was knocked out by the unfailing friendliness of all the Australians I met.

The scenery was ceaselessly stunning and the food was fantastic, though when I tried Vegemite, I nearly chundered meself! It’s a big country — as big as the contiguous United States. From Sydney to Cairns, to Uluru — I barely scratched the surface. This selection of pictures only hints at what a photographic wonderland this place is.

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2 Responses to Postcards From Australia

  1. kathleen quirk says:

    great pictures. I can’t believe how vivid the colors are!

  2. Gordon says:

    Glad u enjoyed your visit down to the best country this side of the Milky Way. Also what is wrong with our vegemite? Best delicacy we’ve ever produced! 😉

    Must let me know if u are coming down this way again, we can do some observing and photography.


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