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Unusualk sights in the Swan Valley - 2

Discussion in 'All Other Images Forum' started by Isac, Jul 4, 2018.

  1. Isac

    Isac Always on

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    A few more from the Swan Valley.

    #1 - Under the grape vines at a winery.
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    #2 - People in the park (they're not real people).
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    #3 - Different timber house.
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    #4 - Good old reliable windmill keeping the water tanks full.
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  2. Pete Larkin

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    Good perspective on the grapes, and love the windmill - superb piece of invention.
     
  3. Isac

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    Cheers Pete, thanks for looking. The grapes at the wineries are beautiful to eat and I know quite a few owners, so freebies taste even better! The windmill has a fascinating background dating back to 644 in Persia (now Iran). It was Persian millwrights taken prisoner by Genghis Khan who taught the Chinese in their construction for irrigation. Would you believe, Australia recently exported 100 "Southern Cross" windmills to Iran!
     
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    Prefer the grapes crushed and in a bottle. Thank you.LOL.
     
  5. beersurgeon

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    Some cool shots!
     
  6. Isac

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    I would have to agree with you Garth. Some of our Swan Valley wines are famous worldwide.
    Thanks beersurgeon, It's a very unique part of the world.
     
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    Number one for me. I can almost feel the shade.
     
  8. Isac

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    Cheers David, Nice to be in the shade in the summer. I took that photo in January (average 30ยบ), which is one of our hottest months.
     
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