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Port Campbell National Park (3)

Port Campbell National Park (3)
Copyright ©2007, Terrence Credlin
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This structure is known as the Arch around an area known as Loch Ard Gorge where in 1878 the sailing ship Loch Ard struck the coast with all but two soles lost having dived the wreck a few years ago this area always intrigues me with its sense of history

Photographer: Terrence Credlin
Folder: Great Ocean Road
Uploaded: 04-Aug-2007 09:19 CEST
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Camera: Olympus C5060
Exposure time: 1/500
Aperture: F4.5
Focal length: 7.8mm
Lens: WCON-07C
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 80
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: noise reduction and unsharpen mask and levelled to make water a slightly deeper green
Image resized to: 638x850

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Port Campbell National Park (3) - re-visited:

Terrence -

This is my favorite photo from your series. The southern coast of Oz certainly is for hardy souls, not the timid. The top of the Arch would would be a wonderful spot for a picnic - but you'd need a chopper and an excellent pilot for that to happen.



Leon Plympton at 19:15 CEST on 05-Aug-2007 [Reply]

Thanks for the comments

Thanks Leon
that sure would be one hell of a landing you would need something to tie you down as well damn windy place

Shelley thanks and i have to agree with you we are blessed and thanks for the rating too

Terrence Credlin at 10:00 CEST on 06-Aug-2007 [Reply]