25 December 2011

Weekend Reflections at Shingle Splitters Point

Just ten minutes drive and here is destination, Shingle Splitters Point.


Norfolk Island Pines believed to have been planted around 1920 by an early settler, Alfred Sara.




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8 comments:

Giga said...

O jak bym tam teraz chciała się znaleźć - cudowne miejsce. Zdjęcia też śliczne. Pozdrawiam

Oh, how I wanted to be there now to find - a wonderful place. Photos also beautiful. Yours

eileeninmd said...

Lovely photos and reflections!Merry Christmas to you and your family!!

TexWisGirl said...

those are beautiful! love this!

Cindy said...

Wow! Gorgeous photos. Looks so peaceful. I especially love the first one! Best wishes for the new year.
Cindy

Jan Castle said...

Beautiful trees Carole, and lake. Trust you are enjoying your Christmas day.
Hugs,
Jan

Nadege, said...

Trees so lean and tall. Lovely reflections.

lisa said...

It looks so peaceful here Carole.
I hope you had a wonderful Holiday, and I wish you a very Happy New Year.

Debbie said...

gorgeous reflections, they are just so special!!

i hope you had a wonderful holiday!!