Daily Post Photo Challenge: On the way….

repentence creek4On the way to Lismore on Sunday we took the road less travelled on Repentance Creek Road, a very narrow local road but with great views out over the rolling hills and even to the sea.

Going down the hill to cross a causeway, where we saw a sign that said “Caution – Flooding”, we wondered what we were going to see.  Pleasantly surprised we quickly pulled over to take some photos.  Its hard to imagine what it would be like here when it does flood.  We found a beautiful creek with mossy rocks and rain forest trees abounding on the banks.  Always pays to have your camera ready for the unexpected.

I haven’t yet obtained that perfect photo, but happy practicing in this gorgeous area.  Sometimes the place can be so beautiful you just can’t concentrate enough to get the right composition. I won’t mind going back here again and again until I do.



For more On the Way photos go to the Daily Post Photo Challenge.

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  1. I love all the different takes on this challenge, Karen. You do great justice to our natural environment 🙂

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  2. Beautiful shots Kaz. It looks like a magic place to photograph 🙂

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  3. very beautiful Kaz!

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  4. I don’t know what happened but that is me the anonymous mouse!

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  5. i love long exposure
    these ones are good

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  6. Your photos are absolutely beautiful!

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  7. Beautiful pics! We live in a wonderful land and its great to have a camera to capture some of it and allow others to share it. Thanks!


  8. Your photos are beautiful. We live near a place called Lismore, here in Ireland. It’s in county Waterford and the surrounding countryside is very similar to that in your photographs. The town itself has a fabulous castle and lots of old buildings. You’ve just inspired me to do a blog about it, thanks.

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  9. Isnt that funny. I wonder is someone from your area was in this area and decided it looked so much the same that they named it so. I wonder. Thanks so much Jean for stopping by and for your lovely feedback. I remember going to Waterford on a trip a long time ago and the landscape there is so pretty and I remember it being very green as I think it rained most of the time we were there, I would love to go back one day.


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