Adelaide, Australia: Kangaroo Island, Cape Du Coudeic, Admirals Arch

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View of one of the three cottages here, near the lighthouse.

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View of the lighthouse at dusk. The yellow lighting is from the setting sun.

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The Cape du Couedic Lighthouse was constructed between 1906-1909 and was the fifteenth to be built on South Australia’s coast. The tower itself was built from 2,000 pieces of local stone.

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We made a beeline for the Admiral Arch as the sun is setting in a short time!

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Walking down the ramps towards the arch in cold evening winds.

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Sunset near a bench – taking a quick shot as we scurried down to the arch.

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One more before I go down the ramp further.

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The sunset was so beautiful, I had to stop to take the coast line with the colourful vegetation on the slopes.

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Admirals Arch on Kangaroo Island, South Australia, is an stunningly beautiful natural rock arch formation that was sculpted by weathering and erosion from the ocean over time. Taken on 28 March, 2011 at 7:45pm using manual exposure, the diminishing light from the sunset skies shines into the arch, gently reflecting off the rock surfaces. Fur-seals can be seen lazing around at the perimeter of the rock platform in the cold evening breeze.

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Dinner back at the heritage lodge. Mum has cooked a sumptuous dinner for all of us! =)

Gleeful Gleescaper

Gleeful Gleescaper

Gleeful Gleescaper is passionate about technology and shares interesting and useful stuff that come his way daily. He loves to travel to interesting places and keeps himself updated on technology & gadgets. When relaxing, he loves to sip on a freshly brewed cup of Espresso coffee to the tunes of Bossa Nova and easy Jazz.

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