Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Fisherman's Beach Entrance

A view of one entrance to Fisherman's Beach on Port Phillip Bay.
In 1896 The 'Shire of Mornington' appointed an 'Inspector of Nuisance'.
At Fisherman's Beach mixed bathing was considered to represent anti-social behaviour.
So curbing this social pestilence fell under the jurisdiction of the Inspector of Nuisance.
For more on the inspector's duties, see HERE!

A different life
Look back on the good old days
Some quirky values

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HansHB said...

Great shot!
Happy Valentine to you!

EG Wow said...

That's an inviting path to the beach. Looks like you are enjoying a lovely summer day.

Valerie said...

A great shot Gemma - one feels drawn to follow the path down onto the beach! Thanks for sharing.

Photo Cache said...

Nice capture. I want to be there right now.

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Jim said...

Great shot.

NatureFootstep said...


Anonymous said...

I wish I could leave there!

Hazel said...

I like how those poles are reflected on the water.

Regina said...

Beautiful beach Gemma!
Have a nice day.

NixBlog said...

Lovely capture, Gemma. I like the composition of this shot

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