Up in the hills

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  1. essjayyell

    essjayyell TPF Noob!

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    I spent the weekend with my dad and went bushwalking. I got a few shots..

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    This rock is right behind where I was standing to take the first photo

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    Nice series of photos, I like the first and third. Looks like a fun outing. :)
     
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    I really like the fourth and fifth. Very cool series; thanks for sharing
     
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    I love them! what kind of lizard is that?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    These scenes look so utterly "Australian" to me ... makes me wish I could travel there once again (it is exactly 10 years ago I was there in this month of October). I really enjoy all your photos here.

    My personal favourite is the last but one, though. I like the light and colour in that one bestest of all ;).
     
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    Ah! I completely missed the lizard the first time through until someone pointed it out.

    Nice series :)
     
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    great shots relly like #1,2 and 4
     
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    Thanks everyone :)
     
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    my thoughts exactly... :thumbup:

    i didn't catch the lizard till the 3rd time around, he blends right in there... got himself some nice camo.
     
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    Wo,for a miniute there I thought that over turned mushroom was a snake ready to pounce,nice shots.
     
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    funny you say that.. we did see a rather large snake when we were walking.. a red belly black snake
     

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