|Grapes ready for harvest in McLaren Vale|
|The view over Sellicks Beach, looking south toward Myponga Beach, Gulf St. Vincent.|
|Prime grazing land in South Australia. It's dairy and beef around here.|
|Myponga Reservoir on a sunny, blue-sky day. Take half an hour here for a picnic lunch.|
|The SeaLink is the Kangaroo Island car ferry. Gotta do this one day -- soon. It departs from Cape Jervis,|
at the most accessible tip of the peninsula, for the trip across Backstairs Passage to Penneshaw.
|Never waste a wall! I love this one -- Pacific Right Whales on the wall of the pub at Port Elliott.|
|Cliffs getting misty, late in the afternoon, somewhere around Second Valley on Yankalilla Bay, Gulf St. Vincent.|
|Hang a right onto Rapid Bay Road, with the sun in just the just place to get shots like this...|
|... and sunset an Normanville, about two hours later|
|Leonard's Mill, opposite the turnoff for Second Valley...|
|The awesome jetty at Rapid Bay ... a major scuba diving site, due to the slow decomposition of the|
ancient jetty itself, which provides habitat for rich marine life. Cool!
|Colonial building, almost certainly still in use (check out the new roof!) at Rapid Bay.|
|The road bridge from Goolwa to Hindmarsh Island, across the Goolwa Channel.|
|The relic of an ancient wagon at Bleasdale Wines, at Langhorne Creek|
|Seriously tiny wild life: mollusks abound in the wetlands at Milang|
|Surf was up at the tiny cove around the "other side of the point" at Victor Harbour.|
|Sailboat at anchor just off Granite Island -- Victor Habour -- with the weather changing rapidly.|
|Twilight broods below sullen skies over Lake Alexandrina at Milang.|
|A pocket-size riverboat on Goolwa Channel, photographed from Hindmarsh Island.|
|Sailboats at anchor just off the coast of Hindmarsh Island.|
|The illusion is that the deer is wild ... shrewd photography. It's actually a shot through the chain-link fence|
bordering the venison farm nor far from Hahndorf. We're almost home!
We covered a lot of ground in three short days ... the Fleurieu is a big place in a surprisingly small space. You could actually spend a month here and do something different every day. We're luck enough to live here -- and smart enough to know how lucky we are! It's going to be fun revisiting these places in the next few posts.