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Ocean as seen through Admirals Arch – Kangaroo Island, Australia
Comment by josh — December 8, 2007 @ 2:15 am
I keep meaning to post the final couple of entries from our time on KI but seem to get busy with things and forget. There is so much going on getting ready for the holidays, planning our trip home, starting a new job, and getting all the visa stuff sorted out. Now I’m not complaining, just a bit frazzled at times.
So where were we? Oh yeah we were on our grand tour of Kangaroo Island. Our next stop was at Admiral’s Arch, this fantastic rock formation created by waves gradually eating away at the rock and forming the arch. I particularly like the silhouette of the rock stalactite type things hanging down.
This lighthouse was just above the arch, so I thought I’d put up a small photo of it as well. As I remember, my mother used to have a thing for lighthouses before going up in one and finding out they made her claustrophobic and dizzy.
Comment by Peg Moore — December 8, 2007 @ 8:26 am
Josh, these photos are **stunning**. They’re just amazing. The lighthouse isn’t so unusual, but it is **so** clear, crisp, and vivid! And I’ve never seen anything like Admiral’s Arch. Is it my imagination, or are your photos getting even better?!? I agree about the stalactite-y things. I assumed they were some kind of vegetation till you described them. Wow. And, hey, you even knew how to spell silhouette! I would have had to look it up! And you’re perfectly on about lighthouses and me–some kind of panic attack. Strange. But I still like to **look** at lighthouses! Not to worry about keeping up with the posting. We **love** every bit of every entry, but you really do have *a lot* going on right now, so we’ll just roll with whatever works for you. We’re just so happy we’ll get to see you before long! XOXOX
Comment by josh — December 8, 2007 @ 12:36 pm
I don’t know that my photos are getting any better. Maybe I am just taking MORE of them, and being more selective in the ones I put up.
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