New Zealand: After arriving in Christchurch we caught the train to Kaikoura for a night, then on to Picton where we stayed on the beautiful Marlborough Sounds. After a day of driving in the rain we finished our trip overlooking the spectacular Abel Tasman National Park.
Near the wonderful Split Apple Retreat, in Tasman Bay on the South Island of New Zealand, is Split Apple Rock, a piece of granite that was cracked open by the weather long ago. After a couple of attempts the weather finally cooperated to allow this sunrise shot.
The Wreck of the SS Airfield: I never knew there would be wrecks visible about the waterline in Homebush Bay. But just near Sydney Olympic Park, the rusting hullk of the SS Ayrfield emerges from the waters. Originally the SS Corrimal, at one point in her life during WWII she was use to transport supplies into the Pacific region. Later she was used as a collier in the Sydney basin.
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Early morning under the Sea Cliff BridgeAfter a trek down a "goat track" from the Sea Cliff Bridge carpark we saw a lovely sunrise. This shot was taken just after sunrise when the sun was low in the sky and shining directly onto the bridge.