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« Reply #25 on: 03/07/2011, 12:10 AM »
cool DBit is...
EXIF viewer plugin for firefox tells nearly all

Great photo regardless
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« Reply #26 on: 03/07/2011, 12:41 PM »
cool DBit is...
EXIF viewer plugin for firefox tells nearly all

Great photo regardless
Thanks Muscles, installed the viewer handy little plugin. ;)
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« Reply #27 on: 03/07/2011, 12:44 PM »
I mean same photo but not a resized small as suitable for the forum.

Is it up on a photo site some where ?


Nope not on any photo sites, the original file is a little over 6mb, can try to email it to you though it may be too large. :)
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« Reply #28 on: 20/07/2011, 12:33 PM »
I've been pretty quiet lately because I've been working (Singer) here:



It was a tough gig but someone has to sing Bach on TI! ;D
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« Reply #29 on: 25/07/2011, 09:13 AM »
If ya did send it can you re send please..  I am sure 3.2meg comes to mind, but do you think I can find any trace of an e-mail ??

Anger on I am Loosing it  ::)
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Done. ;D
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« Reply #30 on: 18/09/2011, 10:08 PM »
I like horses but these days I recon I would fall off 9 out 10 times

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« Reply #31 on: 18/09/2011, 10:27 PM »
From my trip last week to Hawaii.


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« Reply #32 on: 18/09/2011, 11:21 PM »
That horse is levitating SS.... What the? Nice framing too... I love the 1/3s!

Can't see your pic sorry TG. 
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« Reply #33 on: 19/09/2011, 12:00 AM »
Give you a mini KK, then you won't have far to fall :D

Brett, would you believe that it was a one shot wonder!!! and I also haven't touched it in any way!!!

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« Reply #34 on: 19/09/2011, 12:02 AM »
Here's some totally random pics from the recent past....

Early one morning near Innamincka



Road to nowhere, in the middle of nowhere (near Newcastle waters, NT)



Hungry customer (Adelaide river, NT)



Houseboat, cruising the Kerala backwaters (South India)





And who knows where this is??





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« Reply #35 on: 19/09/2011, 02:18 AM »
Love the red dirt Borat, grew up with that when we used to head out to my uncles property outside of Bollon.

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« Reply #36 on: 19/09/2011, 11:34 AM »
Great shots Borat! I have no idea on the last one, where was it taken?
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« Reply #37 on: 19/09/2011, 12:10 PM »
Thanks.  The last shot is the dancing water fountain, Dubai.

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« Reply #38 on: 21/12/2011, 09:28 AM »
Woken up early this morning
By the squawking of many many parrots 

So I got the camera out and went as close as I could without scaring them

These are Corella's on my across the road neighbours trees,
These birds started coming only a few years ago they come regularly now to feed
They are feeding on a pine tree full of round, marble sized seeds

Please forgive the camera as it was zooming at its limit

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« Reply #39 on: 21/12/2011, 11:16 AM »
Woken up early this morning
By the squawking of many many parrots 

So I got the camera out and went as close as I could without scaring them

These are Corella's on my across the road neighbours trees,
These birds started coming only a few years ago they come regularly now to feed
They are feeding on a pine tree full of round, marble sized seeds

Yes I had a couple of cyprus trees outside a place I used to rent. The sulphur-crested cockies loved the seeds but would take a bite out of one and drop the rest...on to the iron roof...directly above my bedroom...at 5AM in the freaking morning.

These are Little Corellas fwiw. I've seen a small flock of their long-billed cousins near my place in Sydney. They are usually an inland bird but I think the drought in recent years has driven them closer to the coast and they've now discovered a more ready food supply.

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« Reply #40 on: 21/12/2011, 08:49 PM »
Yes I had a couple of cyprus trees outside a place I used to rent. The sulphur-crested cockies loved the seeds but would take a bite out of one and drop the rest...on to the iron roof...directly above my bedroom...at 5AM in the freaking morning.

These are Little Corellas fwiw. I've seen a small flock of their long-billed cousins near my place in Sydney. They are usually an inland bird but I think the drought in recent years has driven them closer to the coast and they've now discovered a more ready food supply.

These little fellows are messy eaters as well 4 trees covered with approx 50 birds 
I was told that they live 80 to 100 years

I am sure that they will visit again as more seeds develop

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« Reply #41 on: 04/01/2012, 05:51 PM »
Some cockatoos at the front of my place on Christmas eve.

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« Reply #42 on: 04/01/2012, 06:02 PM »
Some holiday snaps from the past few days.

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« Reply #43 on: 05/01/2012, 09:40 AM »
hi guys - have had a look back over these... definitely some great pics.

Sparked a thought about something which I wouldn't mind getting your feedback on. We have a 'Gallery' which was intended for pics [either coffee-related, or not] see: http://www.bestcafes.com.au/gallery

Do you want the Gallery to be made more active, or are you happy for pics just to be posted ocassionally on this thread, as they are currently?

appreciate any feedback!

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« Reply #44 on: 05/01/2012, 10:49 AM »
hi guys - have had a look back over these... definitely some great pics.

Sparked a thought about something which I wouldn't mind getting your feedback on. We have a 'Gallery' which was intended for pics [either coffee-related, or not] see: http://www.bestcafes.com.au/gallery

Do you want the Gallery to be made more active, or are you happy for pics just to be posted ocassionally on this thread, as they are currently?

appreciate any feedback!

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Morning Admin,

While I haven't posted here have been watching the thread with interest, I agree, some very nice shots.
My feeling is leave the thread as is, have seen galleries and other special interest threads split off into their own area's on other forums and traffic invariably slows dramatically, this thread seems to be maintaining quite a bit of interest, if it ain't broke don't fix it. ;)
 
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« Reply #45 on: 06/01/2012, 07:22 PM »
Here's a relic, just a 200 tonner dump truck, on display at Newman, a town in the Pilbara area of WA.
Current machinery are now based on 400 tonners, complete with air conditioning.

Some things here are B I G, not just the state.

Most of the blokes here would not know a difference between a macchiato or an espresso, and they don't drink a wide range of beers, but they drink lots of it, and they do drink iced coffees by the buckets. ::)    ;)

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« Reply #46 on: 07/01/2012, 05:11 PM »

they don't drink a wide range of beers, but they drink lots of it, and they do drink iced coffees by the buckets. ::)    ;)

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If anything like Olympic Dam they're all fat son of a guns as well, comes from all the beer coffee and sitting on their backside all day every day. ::)
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« Reply #47 on: 18/01/2012, 12:40 PM »
Well the thread is for photos from anywhere and everywhere.

My trailer tyre from 1b min ago.

It it's actually worse than the picture.

The worn side is over one centimetre greater diameter than the other side. Ready to blow any second.
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« Reply #48 on: 18/01/2012, 01:01 PM »
I recognize that armpit (and the 3 group lever)  ;D Not responsible for the nice looking pour, I think that would be Botomline's work.

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« Reply #49 on: 09/02/2012, 05:54 PM »
Couple of photos of my little helper.

First  is him hard at work. You can tell he enjoys coming to work with me.

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