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Phillips Island
03/14/2012

The lake is inhabited by a flock of black swans. Hence, the name: Swan Lake. Here is one of them.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

When we reached Swan Lake, it was actually more of a pond than a lake. It was early evening and the wildlife was coming down to the lake to get drinks of water. You can see one of the Wallabies that has come down for a drink. It is called a White Tipped Wallaby after the white tip of fur on its tail.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

Here is another wallaby that we spied as we trekked down the trail.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

After enjoying the beach, we next stopped at the Swan Lake and trekked along its nature trail. Along the way we spied a number of wild wallabies in the brush. Here is one of them.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

Here is my lovely bride. Only she can make the beautiful beach in the background be jealous.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

Here I am trying to thaw my foot out. The left foot still looks a little blue, doesn't it.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

Here I am with my big toe, big foot and big calf all in the water. It was cold since this is the Southern Ocean and the cold Antarctic waters come up to the southern coast of Australia.

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