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    Trying Out My New Camera - Scenes From Razorback Lookout.

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    Post by Joy on Fri 07 Mar 2014, 2:41 pm

    Decided to take my new Fujifilm Finepix S9400W digital camera, which arrived this morning, up to the Razorback Lookout to take a few shots as a tryout.

    A rain squall on the eastern horizon. Goanna Headland to the right.

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    Post by Joy on Fri 07 Mar 2014, 2:42 pm

    Looking to the NE & the northerly edge of the rain squall.

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    Post by Joy on Fri 07 Mar 2014, 2:44 pm

    Goanna Headland.

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    Post by Joy on Fri 07 Mar 2014, 2:45 pm

    Half Tide Rock to the left.

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    Post by Joy on Fri 07 Mar 2014, 2:46 pm

    Looking NW over the beach with the steam plume from the Broadwater Sugar Mlll in the background.

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    Post by Dawn on Tue 15 Apr 2014, 12:01 am

    More lovely pics super Joy! You guys have the most fantastic beaches in Aus  :smile:
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    Post by Joy on Tue 15 Apr 2014, 7:16 am

    Thanks Dawn.  :D  Yes, Australia is lucky in that regard as most of its beaches are lovely, fairly fine sand. There are some beaches in the islands on the Great Barrier Reef which are filled with pumice that has floated there, over time, from distant volcanic activity in the Pacific.

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