Peter Johnson
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The reason I post these photographs on a broad range of subjects is twofold. Firstly, to share the experiences of people enjoying places and events. Secondly, to provide information about places for the benefit of viewers, especially families and travellers. Consequently, I am interested in how you use these pictures, and if you would leave a comment to that effect I would be grateful. I am not one to produce technically exceptional photography, although I very much appreciate those well composed pictures with compelling subjects as so often posted by so many in Panoramio. To all of you Panoramio people who post your own beautiful pictures of places and events I can't get to, 'Thank you', you are very much apreciated. I do not participate in the monthly contest, but all the best for those who do. Whatever my photos are worth to you, I hope you enjoy my amateur offerings.
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Gosto da imagem das pessoas, meus parabéns pela captura. O seu trabalho é cheio de provocações e profunda reflexão. Saudações do Brasil.

Google is going to kill Panoramio! For more information please refer to your forums!

! VIEWS ? No, thanks !

Wake up!

Let you know all your friends!

This ferry went over to Kangaroo Point (see tag: NSW Kangaroo Point).

Kangaroo Point

Work started in March 2013 on improving one of the Shire’s most beautiful recreational spots, Kangaroo Point Reserve in Brooklyn. Major park improvements and a new restaurant and takeaway kiosk facility will be constructed. With superb panoramic views over the Hawkesbury River and the Railway Bridge it’s already a popular lookout, picnic and fishing spot for locals and visitors. It also has significant indigenous and European heritage. Over the coming months Council will revitalise and improve the park with the construction of two public viewing decks, an enlarged lawn area for picnics and outdoor recreation, a pathway with stairs and the construction of formal carpark to meet current carparking standards. The park improvement works will be paid for using funds received from the sale of the Brooklyn Sewerage Treatment Plant site to Sydney Water last year. The old food bar has now been demolished and will be replaced with a restaurant and takeaway food kiosk as part of a 21 year lease of the food bar site to a private operator, Gen March Pty Ltd. The park will be closed for periods throughout the year while construction and landscaping works take place. Stay tuned for more news about the development as well as some interesting historical facts.

Hello Rajib,

thanks a lot for your praise.

Best wishes Micha

... good shot! LIKE!

Regards Vince

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I like that Peter,interesting shape.

Ciao Lorenzo, avrai tempo per tornarci!

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