Thanks very much for your comment, Potoka
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Who knows? Nature can do strange things...
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Thank you! This is one of my favourite places :)
Thank you for the kind comments, Alain :)
Douglas Park is home to a Catholic religious community known as the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, at Saint Mary's Towers in Douglas Park Drive. The community includes an historic sandstone house that was once the home of famous New South Wales surveyor Sir Thomas Mitchell. The Missionaries of the Sacred Heart have lived in community here since 1904, and The Towers has been the focus of the local Catholic and wider community for more than 100 years.
This once was the main water supply channel to Sydney from the Nepean River dams.
Great shot Alan, I was wondering if there was a vantage point to capture the Seacliff Bridge like this & you have framed it beautifully between the trees.LIKE! & thank you very much for your comment.. Regards Jack
Welcome in group Cliffs!
Yes,Rotary are a good crowd, they've done a lot around Campbelltown, not the least being the UWS Rotary Observatory!
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