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October 19, 2012

Walk with the girls around North Avalon headland

IMG_1298Sonnyphotosloving all the erosion sculpted sand stone rocks IMG_1299Sonnyphotos
girls love coming for a walk around here and do some rock climbing IMG_1300Sonnyphotos
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oooh what's down there ? IMG_1304Sonnyphotos

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IMG_1311Sonnyphotosok, promise next time to take a real camera instead of this phone camera business :-) IMG_1314Sonnyphotosdo you see the fish ?

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Thanks for confirming that. My fish id skills aren't that bad after all. Apparently it is the most venomous fish in the world. http://australianmuseum.net.au/Reef-Stonefish-Synanceia-verrucosa-Bloch-Schneider-1801

Yes it is, was surprised to find out we have them here, thought it was more of a tropical waters thing

I might be completely wrong, but is that a stonefish? If so, it would be MIGHTY painful and dangerous to accidentally step on that little guy (or girl!) .... I have probably got my ID wrong!

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