The Neck of Bruny Island, South Eastern Coast of Tasmania, Australia
Bruny Island is an island off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania, from which it is separated by the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. 'The Neck' connects the two halves of Bruny Island and is an important breeding site for short-tailed shearwater and fairy penguins. The seaward side of the island features two long beaches which are Adventure Bay and Cloudy Bay.
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Horses graze on grasslands located around 200km (62 miles
Horses graze on grasslands located around 200km (62 miles) south-west of the Mongolian capital city Ulan Bator April 4, 2012. Mongolia remains the least densely populated country on the planet at 1.7 persons per square kilometer. The population of just 2.7 million people are spread across an area three times the size of France, with two-fifths of Mongolians living in rural areas. Picture taken April 4, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (MONGOLIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Settle to Carlisle railway line wins international accolade
The Scots Guardsman locomotive crosses the Ribblehead Viaduct at the start of this years Cumbrian Mountain Express service on the Settle to Carlisle railway line, which has been recognised as the second best spectacular railway journey in the World in the ABC American news Network top ten Great railway journeys.
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