Great shot of the meandering river and the straight lines of the road Ian. LIKE! Greetings Berend
Thanks Berend. The canefields are always attractive whether from the ground or from the air. Thanks for the encouragement. I enjoy seeing the patterns of lines, shapes and colours from the air. This river is a tributary of the Mary River and is called Tinana Creek. Most of its catchment is used for plantation forestry of Pinus spp.
The cane from these fields is crushed at the Maryborough Sugar Mill that is now owned by a company from Thailand.
O, what a beauty! Stunning view!
LIKE and FV Greetings, Maya
Thank you very much for your awards, Maya. The sugarlands are very attractive because of the stong colours and intensive use of the land.
Regards from Queensland.
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Photo taken in Bidwill QLD 4650, Australia
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