Victor Harbour

lunch firstsea birdsmall shopsquiet streetnice weatheron the jettyGranite Islandenjoying the viewclear blue waterson Granite Islandhorse-drawn tramhorse-drawn tramfairy penguinsbefore the hikehikinghikingview from hereblue horizonme from afarDov the photobomberwonderful rock coloursme and DovhikingArun and Kushihikinggolden grassgolden grasshikingon the rocksunder the treeGranite Island rockfairy penguin statue

I remember the first time V and I hiked along the beach in Australia. It was in Albany on our first weekend trip from Perth and the sight was too pretty for words: rows of wind mills beckoning the ocean breeze, the waves crashing against the rocks below us, blue water and sky as far as our eyes could see. I once said that all Australians are really lucky to live in proximity of such beautiful beaches, and Adelaidians are no exception. We spent a day down in Victor Harbour a few weekends ago, and though I have lived in Australia for almost 2 years and have somewhat gotten used to these beautiful ocean views, I could see the wonder and amazement through my colleagues’ eyes, a good reminder not to take them for granted.

Photos by Arnold Hozana

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