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Aussie Bush

Discussion in 'Landscape Photography Forum' started by Isac, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Isac

    Isac Active Member

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    Taken from a lookout in Lesmurdie overlooking Perth city.
    #1 - Well I wasn't going to walk there it's 5.5 Km away from home and uphill all the way.
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    #2 - Grass trees near the lookout.
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    #3 - Grass trees amongst the Gum trees. Perth in the background.
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    #4 - Rocky hill opposite the lookout. Stitch of 3 images using I.C.E. (freebie from Microsoft).
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  2. petelarkin

    petelarkin Always on Premium Member

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    Nice clean truck!Liking the last two particularly, esp the curve on the final picture
     
  3. rebel06

    rebel06 Without a cause Moderator

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    Like the 1st one Isac from the look out ... that white truck didn't even notice you were there ... lol ... :whistle3:
    Paul
     
  4. David_MC

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    I miss seeing green foliage. You have some gorgeous scenery there.
     
  5. Isac

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    Cheers Peter. I rarely use the ute since I retired, hence the clean appearance. That curve is how you see it. It just sits up there on it's own.
    Thanks for looking.

    Thanks Paul, you're a funny man!

    Thanks David. There's plenty of that green around where I live. We had a good winter rainfall and this is the result.
     
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  6. Kevin Fox

    Kevin Fox Always on Premium Member

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    Some nice scenery there. I'd love to spend some time there one day
     
  7. Isac

    Isac Active Member

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    Thanks Kevin. You're welcome to pop over any time mate. Big country, so you'll need more than a couple of days :)
     
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    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    useful looking truck and good views
     
  9. beersurgeon

    beersurgeon Well-Known Member

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    cool shots! thanks for sharing!
     
  10. Isac

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    Ah yes, that truck (we call them a ute) is extremely useful for carting stuff around. It's got full electrics, automatic, air conditioned and a great sound system, which an old fella really needs in this part of the world. Those views were slightly different on Saturday, with a huge bush fire showering ash everywhere. I took a couple of pics looking back towards the hills where I took the above images. I'll post when time permits. Today we've been pounded by rain non stop (4 months supply in 1 day), courtesy of cyclone "Joyce". Took my puppy for a walk this morning and dry parts of our local lake had water rushing through. That's Aussie weather for you! Usually it's fine 1 day and glorious the next.
     
  11. Isac

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    Thank you bs. Our bush here is pretty unique. It's full of gum trees and grass trees and lovely kangaroos and black cockatoos.
     

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