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my trip up to arkaroola


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anyway they are in original size and megapixels, so if you want to be a sad little grot and download them and make out that you went there, go ahead, otherwise they make good computer wallpaper smile

-- Edited by dave06 at 14:42, 2008-08-29

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dave06 wrote:

"http://picasaweb.google.com.au/davedavey06/WarrenGorgeWilpenaPoundAndArkaroola"><img
anyway they are in original size and megapixels, so if you want to be a sad little grot and download them and make out that you went there, go ahead, otherwise they make good computer wallpaper smile

-- Edited by dave06 at 14:42, 2008-08-29



Brilliant work Dave!!! Bravo!!



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Great collection. Spent time at Quorn back in the 70's ther is a full screw driver set still in the ground there as the tent pegs just wouldn't go in so the drivers where a suitable alternative, still there I suspect . I couldn't extract them

What type of Camera and settings are you using Very clear , good work

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mate I am not a camera buff, I have a fuji s9500 set at landscape, I dont normally advocate one thing or another but for idiots like me one cant go wrong, it truly is a point and shoot camera, my son has caught the camera bug, he has a canon pro with all the lenses, he paid more for one lens than I paid for my camera and full bag and accesories. i have acouple of my shots as desktop background and yeh it looks good even if I say so myself

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I agree I use a Kodak DX 7590 a point and shot model . Have had all the Pentax, Nikon and Canon SLR's with all the lenes and the like and I reckon the old Kodaks are the go . I think the kids have the latest model for me for Sunday. Fathers day at a mere $198.00 craps all over the rest .

Happy Snapping

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