Bush fire Australia. Victorian fires black Saturday

Smoke billows from the Churchill bushfire on Black Saturday in the Gippsland region, east of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, photograph by ABC Contribute (photographer unattributed).

I use the term "cake hole"-as someones butt hole. Like, "shove that up your cake hole". Not sure about common. I guess it depends on who you hang around.

Inter-rail across Australia

Traveling Australia by train - The Indian Pacific travelling through the Flinders Ranges © Great Southern Rail. I want to travel by train somewhere and Australia looks beautiful

First Light: This image shows Uluru, usually a bright earth red colour, at first light in blue hues. Julie Fletcher insists this photograph is exactly how the iconic rock looked and she did not apply any filter to the image

Woman takes the most magical photographs of Australia you'll ever see

'First Light' by Julie Fletcher. Usually a bright earth red colour, this stunning image shows Uluru in the hues of the sea (and the photographer insists this is just how she saw it!

Eucalyptus regnans (Mountain Ash trees)  forest on the Black Spur Drive, near Healsville, Victoria, Australia. Unlike Australia's other Eucalypts, Mountain Ash can take decades to recover from bush fire, but will normally live 500+ years. Image by Tourism Victoria http://www.visitvictoria.com/Regions/Yarra-Valley-and-Dandenong-Ranges/Activities-and-attractions/Touring-routes

A leisurely trip through Victoria’s Black Spur Drive will have you seeing the world’s tallest flowering trees – The Eucalyptus Regnans. :: The Black Spur is a road between the towns of Healesville and Marysville in Victoria, Australia.

Fletcher has an incredible signature style, as seen in River Gum snapped in Brachina Gorge in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia

Woman takes the most magical photographs of Australia you'll ever see

Fletcher has an incredible signature style, as seen in River Gum (left), snapped in Brachina Gorge in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia, and Delicious Light (right), taken in a remote location in mid-north South Australia

Murray River steamer Albury, 1870

Murray River, Vic Australia, Sailing Ships, The River, Photo S, Vintage Photos, Historical Pics, Steamers, South Wales

The floods along the great Murray River subside leaving the roots on the red river gums exposed at Echuca, Victoria.

Alyson McGovern award winning professional photographer provides real estate and property photography, commercial photography, landscape photography, nature photography and stock photography services across Queensland and throughout Australia

Victoria Echuca Murray River Rivers Trade Paddle-Wheelers Paddle-Steamers River-Boats

In its heyday the Port of Echuca was the very heart of the Murray-Darling river trade and the industry's main shipbuilding centre.

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