Jetties and Piers

With so many rivers, lakes and waterways (not to mention such a vast shoreline) there is certainly no shortage of jetties and piers to photograph. Some are steeped in history, still standing from our colonial days. These are usually made of timber; while those that have been rebuilt are usually made of concrete.

Jetty, Lake Colac, Victoria, Australia

Jetty, Lake Colac

Yacht Club Jetty, Lake Colac, Victoria, Australia

A winter sunrise – Yacht Club Jetty, Lake Colac

Jetty, Point Lonsdale, Victoria, Australia

Jetty, Point Lonsdale

Jetties, Williamstown, Victoria, Australia

Jetties, Williamstown – the early morning glow of the rising sun reflects on the yachts and jetties

Pier, Williamstown, Victoria, Australia

Williamstown Pier – in the early days of European settlement this was the point ships bringing goods from England and Europe unloaded their cargoes.

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