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I had a day off work today and with two friends, enjoyed an excursion to Tenby Point on Western Point Bay, Victoria.
Sheltered from winds, this area has a number of Mangrove trees. Usually found in tropical regions, Victoria has the pleasure of these special trees in a few select regions.

These amazing trees live in the usually inhospitable sections of intertidal coast, surviving with the aid of a breathable route system which protrude up out of the water apart from the short high tide.

These photographs have all been taken during the afternoon using a wide angle lens, a ND400 filter to enable long exposures and processed with split toning.

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