Australia

Landscapes From Down Under

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Canola fields on the horizon

I thought that these images would stay buried within my hard drive along with my memories but I’m glad I found the courage to open the album looked at some of the images I made in Australia.

Australia is really big and you start to get a sense of how much land they have and the scale of things when you drive from one city to the other. It is a really beautiful place and I really enjoyed watching the vast amount of land go by from the window of the car.

Here are some of the ever changing landscapes of my road trip from Melbourne to Adelaide and back.

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Close up of the Canola Field

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Big rolls of hay

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Angry clouds on the horizon

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Lots of land

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A lonely tree

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The gorgeous Grampians

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More from the Grampians. A must visit if you are in the area!

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Sunset over Adelaide at the Mount Lofty submit

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  1. Great set of photos Jamie! Road trip is always a nice thing to do especially with driving where you can control what you would like to go.

    “Close up of the Canola Field” – Love the symmetric of this photo

    “Big rolls of hay” would be my choice for wallpaper.

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