Tenby Point and Ol’Woody

Ol’Woody is a well photographed mangrove at Tenby Point on Westernport Bay, Victoria, Australia. It sits between low and his tide marks and hence has a variety of moods and textures.

The structure of the mangrove and the dead, horizontal remains of other vegetation make it easily recognisable in photographs.

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