1,000 a Day: Photo 1

I’m cheating a leetle bit here on my first 1,000 a Day post, since this picture was taken in January.  From now on I aim to take one brand new picture a day.  But I thought it would be a good start to share this one (it’s also a little too gray outside).  I had the opportunity to study abroad in Australia for a month, and it was a wonderful experience.  The class studied ecotourism by participating in all sorts of eco-friendly activities and visited Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns and Melbourne.

The above picture is the Great Ocean Road in southern Australia.  Located between Torquay and Warrnambool, it is considered the world’s largest war memorial.  It was built by returned WWI soldiers and dedicated to its casualties.  And the views while driving along it are absolutely breathtaking.  We spent two days on the Great Ocean Road, starting with surf lessons outside of Torquay and ending at the Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge.  This particular picture was taken at Teddy’s Lookout in Lorne.


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