Burrum Heads: where the groundwater stars in urban development

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Comments (9)

bdeh on November 16, 2012

Nice shaped lake Ian and deep blue. LIKE! Greetings Berend

Sigurtor Holm on November 16, 2012

very interesting - greetings from Iceland S.

ebi lutze on November 17, 2012

Hi Ian * from the Group A1-Unique Australia . The advantage of being above. Only the eagle view shows you the picture, amazing photo **L Regards Ebi

Ian Stehbens on November 23, 2012

Hello Berend.

Thanks for your appreciative visits and encouraging comments, always. The engineers seem to have had a creative time here, I hope the landscape designers can be as creative.


Ian Stehbens on November 23, 2012

Greetings Sig,

It is good to be able to share some interesting landscapes from here with an Icelander who lives surrounded by fantastic landscapes!!

Warmest regards,


Ian Stehbens on November 23, 2012

Ebi, I appreciate your management of the Unique Australia group. I hope the group attracts lots of interest in Australia's wonderful landscapes. Thanks for your encouragement. I'll fly when I can, and keep photographing as I do!


Amelia Royan on November 26, 2012

It seems as if a giant raptor is hovering over the bay dear Ian, ready to home in to any unsuspecting tourist or local thinking of landing here. :)

The developers must have had quite a time here, the effect is so interesting.

Warm wishes, Amelia

Ian Stehbens on November 26, 2012

It is quite a water feature to have in one's front yard, Amelia. And that's the way I would want to think of it, if I bought land here with the intention of living, retiring or holidaying here - better than imagining a raptor! That would give one nightmares!

Warmest regards,


Ian Stehbens on December 10, 2012

Thank you, Lotus. It is an unusual pattern. Greetings from Australia,


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