The Victorian coast is the kind of place best experience in winter, when the winds are blustery, the sea rough, and the skies all shades of grey.
A summer rain storm and sunset arrive at once over the boats and harbour at Lakes Entrance; Retro surf life saving tower and a lone set of footprints on a stormy Ninety Mile Beach.
A boy fishes off the rocks as a summer rain storm and cool change move across a solo yacht and the bay at Half Moon Bay.
Looking through leafy green coastal vegetation of Cape Paterson to the sea; Across the coastal vegetation and foreshore a shack sits sits on the sands of a small bay at Cape Paterson.
A red bike is parked next to the floral coastal vegetation on the sandy path to the beach at Somers; Looking through a thin barbed-wire fence in Flinders to the long green and yellow grass of paddocks.
A weathered old wooden and fibro boat shed on the beach at Somers; A hilly dirt road in Somers surrounded by a variety of green vegetation and banksia trees.
Horses and paddocks by the side of the road at Cape Schanck, on the other side of the rolling green hill is the sea.
Footprints make a path through the sand on a stormy winter afternoon at Gunnamatta; A dog waits out the front of the sleepy General Store at Somers, the only shop in town.
A mown path through the long grass and farmland at Flinders, rolling green and yellow hills.
A sandy set of steps up from the main beach at Torquay, with green grass and yellow flowers; Looking through the yellow floral foreshore to a tiny breaking wave at Torquay.
The colourful limestone cliffs of Loch Ard Gorge near Port Campbell, the delicate grasses reaching down to the sand.
Looking down on Loch Ard Gorge, a tiny and remote sandy bay, the cliffs of which were climbed by shipwreak survivor Tom Pearce to save fellow survivor Eva Carmichael; Beyond the high limestone cliffs the narrow entrance and turquoise waters of Loch Ard Gorge can be seen.
The dramatically high limestone cliffs at the Twelve Apostles meet the sand and shoreline; One of the Twelve Apostles juts out of the misty ocean just off the coast of the Great Ocean Road.
A small creek and green bushland just on the other side of the Great Ocean Road, across from the ocean.
The road through the sand dunes to the car park at Rye Back Beach; Sandy steps up from a pebbly beach along the Great Ocean Road.
A wooden boardwalk winds through the dark ferny rainforest in the Otway Ranges, just minutes from the ocean and the Great Ocean Road.
An ancient hollow tree covered in ferns and snake-like roots in the rainforest of the Otways Ranges, just off the the Great Ocean Road.