GREAT OCEAN ROAD, AUSTRALIA: I spent all of New Years Day 2011 on a tour of the Great Ocean Road, a 151 mile stretch of road west of Melbourne that was constructed by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and was dedicated as a memorial to Australia's World War I casualties. The road winds along the country's stunning southeastern coastline, which includes such natural landmarks as the Twelve Apostles limestone stack formations, Apollo Bay, London Arch (formerly London Bridge before its partial collapse), and other stunning coastal and geological features. This was definitely a fun day to spend with a camera!