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Hi, I'm from Frankfurt/Main (Germany). I'm not a professional photographer. I take photos mostly only during my holidays. The photos from Australia were all taken using a Sigma SD14 DSLR in raw format (.X3F) and then later converted to .JPG with the Sigma Photo Pro 2.1 Software (The Version 3.0 does not work properly on my Laptop). In case you are interested in the photos in their original size, please let me know and I will e-mail them. Please be aware that .X3F have between 8 and 18 MB, .JPG have between 1 and 9 MB. Zipping does not help in reducing the filesizes. Regards, Bernd
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A nice webpage about Scottland : www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk There are nice pictures of both bridges available incl. tons of information about Scotland.

Lovely! Nice shot! Will try to get there again and do some hiking - last time when I was there it was raining for several days incl. a hurricane coming over the Atlantic ocean from the US hitting Skye, Harris and Lewis. ;-(

This is real - not computer generated

A fisherman caught him and as he is pretty poisonous he left him lying on the jetty for quite a while. After asking him why he hasn't thrown him back in the sea. He threw him back into the sea. The funny thing with the Puffer Fish was that he didn't swim away immediately but played 'dead man' (see the other photo) for approx. 10 minutes and then suddenly 'vanished'.

There was a big swarm/flock of them and while I was taking the photos the whole swarm started to flew and passed me twice. It was just amazing when maybe 100 of them passes you on your left, right and above.

It looks like that there was a 'small' fire on the way to the lookout the day I was there (mid May 2007). There is still a little bit of smoke (in the middle of the photo).

You can go 'swimming' in there. The water is pretty slow and anything else than deep - so even suitable for small children. There is a campground (for free) as well with toilets and sinks. No shower! It's just a few meters below the waterfall.

This panorama is a collage of several photos as well. But I was more lucky with the colours. ;-)

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