South coast Vic­to­ria from up above

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Land and sea col­lide, merg­ing in a swirling storm of colour like inks dropped into wa­ter. The ae­rial view of this dra­matic slice of Vic­to­ria’s south coast is the re­sult of a dar­ing ex­pe­di­tion, in part­ner­ship with Canon, by two pho­tog­ra­phers, De­nis Glen­non and Tony He­witt. They set out to chart Aus­tralia’s vast and var­ied coast­line, an epic 31-day jour­ney by plane. “I knew that only a priv­i­leged few had ex­plored Aus­tralia’s breath­tak­ing coast­line


to any sig­nif­i­cant de­gree from the air,” says He­witt. “So, I got to won­der­ing what an ad­ven­ture it would be to ex­pe­ri­ence all of it in one go; to cap­ture and re­veal its mag­i­cal, ever-chang­ing beauty.” The re­sults were on dis­play at the re­cent Syd­ney ex­hi­bi­tion Girt by Sea, which will ap­pear in cap­i­tal cities through­out Aus­tralia over the next 12 months. For the full story and a gallery of shots search ‘Girt by Sea’ at aus­traliantrav­eller.com.

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