Image from Australia

Discussion in 'Australia' started by taranaki, Jul 8, 2018.

  1. hzbloke

    hzbloke Adventurer

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    Bottom right corner of Oz
    The Junction Motel, New Norfolk, Tas. Quirky and good.

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  2. BergDonk

    BergDonk Old Enough to Know Better

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    Tuross River valley, looking south towards the falls.
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  3. Trotski

    Trotski Been here awhile

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    Snowy River Way , looking towards Dalgety and the snow
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  4. tripodtiger

    tripodtiger Off riding around on bitumen circles.

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    looking for a smaller house & bigger shed.

    It can be anything you wish it to be.

    For mine, I reckon it's a dirty lens. Thing is, I didn't see it at the time, so how am I to say.
  5. chicky

    chicky BMW Rider

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  6. gavineakins

    gavineakins Been here awhile

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    Melbourne, Australia
    G'Day Chicky,

    That gave me a laugh. I know you're trying to show the magnificent sunrise, but most of the shot is a fence.

    Cheers - Gavin
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  7. tripodtiger

    tripodtiger Off riding around on bitumen circles.

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    looking for a smaller house & bigger shed.
    Or is he just rubbing it in that he's got a shed?
  8. Ron50

    Ron50 Long timer

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    No wonder my hay fever is crook. That is not dust but pollen.
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    Turning the road green
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    and even forming a scum on the water
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    What a bunch of tools!
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  9. AusTMan

    AusTMan apprentice old fart

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    Been there a while, might be a bit hard to wind the window up. Or down? IMG_20210903_152229_572.jpg
  10. Ron50

    Ron50 Long timer

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    Strange as it may seem, today's rock pile pic made me think of great tits.

    People may have noticed that I've posted pics of stacked rocks from many places in Australia. But it was less than two years ago that I started noticing the stacks of rocks appearing.

    Mulling over the idea of cosmic consciousness causing the rapid and far-reaching adoption of this behaviour, I remembered the phenomenon of the sudden observation of milk bottle tops being pierced in a small English village.

    Yet very shortly after the practice was observed all over Europe. When researchers in Canada experimented to try to find the mechanism of communication between the birds there was an explosion of the behaviour across North America.

    Weird or what?
  11. numbat

    numbat Long timer

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    Native Lizards, Bugs and tiny Critters are having their homes destroyed disturbed, by the rock stackers.
    I've been encouraged to toss the rocks back into the scenery in National Parks.
  12. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    In some places cairns are very usefull for navigation. I did a walk in the Kimberly .. the cains were all but invisible due to the wet season grass growth ~1 metre high.
    In other places ... not so much.
    Plastic tape is also used.. sometimes too much of it.
  13. johnno950

    johnno950 Long timer

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    Nice scenery /terrain at 5 rocks cq coast
    Great too go for blast witn my son

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  14. Ron50

    Ron50 Long timer

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    Lake Tuggeranong plughole
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  15. Just Dan

    Just Dan Bugger, Burnt toast

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    What can you say?

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  16. saltyD

    saltyD Been here awhile

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    does it go underwater, or is that just the white ones?
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  17. mr bones

    mr bones Been here awhile

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    My back yard is as far as I can go at the moment with lockdown. 20210826_131212.jpg
  18. Just Dan

    Just Dan Bugger, Burnt toast

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    Hobart town peaking through the trees.
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  19. numbat

    numbat Long timer

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  20. Dave Ward

    Dave Ward I don't even know where the box is.

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    That's a bit cryptic (crossword) - peeking through the trees at Hobart while peaking...