Lake Boort, Victoria, Australia
As I learnt Boort in Victoria has a strong Aboriginal history, many photographs I took started to imbue a different sort of feeling to another level.
Yung Balug clan habitated in this area for a long time. The region is labelled as the region with the most "scarred trees" in the world (I read it from ABC news column). There are three lakes on the google map but only Little Lake Boort survived as the major reservoir adjacent to the town.
Beautiful scenery in this area
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