The drill bit from Australia breaks through somewhere near Lumsdaine

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Comments (10)

Vicki Atkins on January 11, 2010

This is a truly funny photo! Just proves that sometimes its the title that makes it.:D

Poljes on January 12, 2010

Thanks Vicki. I'm glad you appreciate the humour. It was the first thing I thought of when I saw this and honestly I have no idea what it really is or why it is there - If anyone knows I'd love to hear?

David Brown Photogra… on March 9, 2010

I don't know but I gotta get me one. Superb garden art!

Nice one.

Poljes on March 9, 2010

Jethrohoyt . Beats me what it is and it looks like it should have a plaque or a tourist board attached. Still it gave me an excuse to catch some more of the landscape.

theolfa on September 29, 2010

Very amusing, Paul! I have been enjoying looking through your slideshow - so many lovely photos, I just can't comment on them all. Makes me want to see more of Scotland. Theolfa

Poljes on October 5, 2010

Hi Theolfa,. I'm pleased you enjoyed the humour and my collection. Soory to take so long to respond. All the very best from Scotland. Paul

aussie45 on November 6, 2011

I imagine that if you were to drill a hole through the Earth from somewhere in Australia that you would break through the opposite side of Earth that would be about here .

aussie45 on November 8, 2011

I found out where they would of drilled from , to hit that spot Ballarat Australia

Poljes on November 9, 2011

aussie45

Many thanks aussie45. I ran the co-ordinates through a program that calculates the opposite side of the earth and if it was a straight line the drill would be somewhere in the Southern Ocean off New Zealand. Of course you could be right as they maybe had ot avoid the earth's core ;-) All the best. Paul

Hazel Lewry on August 28, 2012

Funny!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on August 22, 2009
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    by Poljes
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix A800
    • Taken on 2009/08/22 16:08:16
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/680)
    • Focal Length: 13.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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