The other night I was inspired by the brilliance of the evening sun to go for a drive around the Mornington Peninsula, to see more of the area beyond its magnificent golf courses. Below are a few of the sights I came across on my adventure.
The view from Arthur's Seat (or Wonga, to give it it's Aboriginal name, which is also the name of a Wonga Pigeon, some ridiculous sounding bird that apparently hails from this neck of the woods)
A big tower at the top of Arthur's Seat that can only have been built by Scots, given it's dour appearance!
Aussies love their windmills; this one I thought looked striking with the Bay in the background
'roos on the horizon
'roos chatting amongst themselves
Couldn't resist popping down the driveway at The National on my way past, to get a snap or two over the links. Stunning.
Looking over the Moonah Course at The National
The farm adjacent to The National, basking in the evening sun
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