Geraldton Western Australia.
A few photos.
Having two digital cameras is good thing when travelling. The larger camera, the Nikon D7100 has been around the clock 1.1/2 times thus far. Smaller one is handy to take with me in certain situations, this one is a Panasonic DMC-TZID which I have had for ages. Then of course always the phone camera.
Totally forgot that the Panasonic had a built in GPS until I got to near Geraldton, so I turned it on and found it extremely handy for it shows me exactly where the photos were taken. So many places that one travels through that it's easy to forget, 'where was that one taken'.
Having an adaptor for the iPad is excellent for transferring photos onto the iPad whilst travelling, they are easily viewed and saves turning on the laptop everyday. They are still on the camera card and can be transferred at leisure to the computer or laptop.
A beach right next to the city.
The loos near the beach, certainly different.
On the beach at Sunset. The caravan park was behind me.
The Point Moore Lighthouse, located south of the Geraldton Port is a cultural and historical attraction. It is the oldest surviving Commonwealth lighthouse in Western Australia and was also the first steel tower to be constructed on the mainland of Australia. The Point Moore lighthouse stands 35m tall and its 1000w Tungsten Halogen Lamp can be seen for 23 nautical miles. It began operation in 1878.