Tropical Fruit World Farm Trip
Much of the Australian lifestyle is based around the country areas, with farms and properties accounting for much of the land use in this huge country. Livestock such as cattle and sheep as well as other farming types including growing a huge variety of crops is widespread in non-built-up areas. Visitors to Australia will often only see the cities and coastline, so getting out to some farms is a great way to see the countryside and experience some of the ‘true blue’ Aussie farming culture. Natural attractions also abound in the Gold Coast region. The area was formed about 24 million years ago when two massive volcanos erupted (one of them being Mount Warning), spilling out huge volumes of rock and molten lava previously stored beneath the surface of the earth. Subsequent volcanic activity worked further on the terrain, creating a variety of features and forming the country-side we see today. The area is now blessed with a combination of rainforest covered mountains and lush green flatlands.
F/4, 1/2000 sec, ISO – 100, Photoshop CS6
Posted on September 13, 2015, in Photography, Projects 52 and tagged #australia, #brisbane, #goldcoast, #green, #holiday, #lamington, #landscapes, #photography, #projects52, #travel. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.