A working garden clock in Melbourne. The clockworks were donated by the Swiss.
Warehouses where part of Mad Max was filmed.
The air was clear and cool, with a fantastic breeze, and the water must have been freezing. But there were a dozen or so surfers out, all in wetsuits, catching a wave, riding it in, and swimming back out to catch the next one.
The West Gate Bridge is one of Australia's biggest cable-stayed girder bridges. I love how it winds like a serpent.
Bells Beach, where I got to see my first surfers actually surfing! It's an internationally famous surf beach and is home to the world's longest-running surf competition.
The couple dogs that were on the beach would stand there looking out intently at the surfers. Every time a surfer came in, the dogs would rush over to see if it was his human, and would go trotting off again to continue looking out at the ocean when it wasn't. When it was, the dogs would bound toward him and bounce around his human.