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Greetings from "Down Under" and thank you for visiting. **VIEW ALL HERE** http://cestavoir.free.fr/viewer1.html?284561 Enter for Classic: http://panoramio.com/do/disable_acrylic_ui Thank you, Stuart http://studiaphotos.com/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/studiaphotos My personal site where I post lots more of my own stuff.
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What a nasty remark! Thanx for your visit Stuart.

And wet too...! :-)

Someone should put a plaque on it... :)

Beautiful sunrise Steph. Well captured.

Lex it has been very interesting to me to get these images out of my head to real life. some thing so simple as a series and just how much it is the true art of photography. takes me back to my father home made B/W prints thats the real Art. Glad you like it, all three are pure art. Steve

Thanks. Thomas Brown was a settler who got a 400 acre land grant (not bad if you can get it!) and built the building in 1842. He named the property after the river Esk in his hometown in Scotland. Brown was also a magistrate and MLA from 1872. The house was the residence of William Sandford, who developed the steel industry in Lithgow, and is now used as a museum

This building doesn't look architecturally right... sort of a bodge job... nice snap tho.. :-)

Cheers Alan, yes these out of the way little hamlets are nice places to visit.

G-Day Zanot10. thanks for the like :)

Radioactive tree. I wonder why these trees always seem to have the green moss more then other types of trees....

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