My Top 20 Australian Landscape Photos Taken on the Global Care Ride to Provide.


I just drove from Tweed Heads on the Gold Coast to Port Campbell on the Victorian Coast over 13 days as part of the Global Care Ride to Provide. I took about 1400 photos of the riders and the landscape. Here are my top 20 favourite landscape photos.

 

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Between Ebor and Armidale.

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Between Ebor and Armidale.

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Between Ebor and Armidale.

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Ponto which is south of Dubbo.

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Just west of Orange.

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Just out of Cobram.

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Just north of Orange.

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Just out of Dubbo.

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Cobram.

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Just north of Shepparton.

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Lancefield

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Seymour

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Between Seymour and Torquay

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Apollo Bay.

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Just before Lavers Hill.

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On the road from Casino to Sawtell.

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Orange.

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Lavers Hill.

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Great Ocean Road.

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12 Apostles.



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9 replies

  1. Really beautiful photos. Don’t we have a beautiful country?

  2. Fantastic Peter. You really have an eye for the spectacular. I too, love snapping trees, particularly beaten up & dead ones. The shot of the Ye Old Dunny added a touch of drama and nostalgia amidst the greener. Woe is me though, my camera has wandered off to another place, thus my photo graphic future has been short lived. Do you have some advice re obtaining another reliable replacement please? God bless.

  3. Wow Pete some great shots. Brought back memories when I traveled a lot in the 80’s. Some pics are not unlike places I went through in my travels over to W.A

  4. since i 1st met you i was genuinely blessed to see how well you photograph ”life” & your journey along it’s path 🙂 You have a talent that i’m sure God wants you to share with the world ….. well done, very well done 🙂

  5. Some breathtaking scenes with some hauntingly beautiful. We fell in love with Ken Duncan’s work about 20 years ago and have a print of a large shearing shed (Stewart’s favourite) and a very large print of Snowy River gum trees hanging in the lounge. Your shots are just as beautiful. You are very talented Peter.

  6. A picture speaks a thousand words. Love your photography Peter.

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