Since moving in a couple of years ago, we have been captivated by our view. It seems possible to almost see something different each day. As the seasons change, the extent and clarity of the view varies and it is never boring.

Yesterday, I finally got around to taking a few images with the zoom lens and working out what I actually see, via Google Maps. These assertions are approximate, if I track down a compass I will aim to be even more specific in the future.

This is a zoomed out take on our view. From due north to about 15 degrees

Further around, to about 30 degrees, is Mt Dandenong with the antennae. The antennae are about 60kms from us. In the background is Mt Saint Leonard, around 90kms away.

The Eureka tower is about 50km to the north. It has the slightly gold top and is no longer the tallest building in the city.

This view cuts across the outcrops of Mornington, towards Mordialloc, then Chadstone with Mt Disappointment 95kms in the background.

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