Monthly Archives: May 2009

Another shot of the famous abandoned farmhouse near Burra, SA. Sunset on that day was absolutely spectacular! I’ve got a couple of more shots to show you, besides the panorama that I already posted earlier: Abandoned Farmhouse, Burra, South Australia, panorama. More images: Abandoned Farmhouse, Burra Stock Images | Country and Rural Landscapes Photo Gallery […]

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Craig’s Hut is located on Clear Hills near Mt.Stirling in the Alpine National Park in Victoria, and was built especially for the film “The Man from Snowy River in 1981. It was called Craig’s after the lead actor, Jim Craig (played by Tom Burlinson) and re-used in the sequel. On 11 December 2006 the Craig’s […]

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Wallaces Hut is the oldest of the huts still standing in the Alpine National Park. Originally built in 1889 by the Wallace brothers Arthur, William and Stewart, close to the Bogong High Plains Road just out of Falls Creek, from slabs of snowgum. In the 1930’s its woollybutt roof shingles were replaced by the State […]

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Probably the last photo from my recent trip to the Gold Coast. Shot from Evandale park. But actually if you move to the left for a little bit (about 100 or 200 meters) there will be a much better photo spot. Unfortunately I discovered that only when it was too dark for shooting. More images: […]

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One of the classical views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge. Wanted to make this shot for a long time but always had some other business or shot from other spots. Finally last Sunday I was able to do that. While I was shooting I was bitten by mosquitoes – my hands were […]

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