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Mudgee


This is the only photo I took in Mudgee -- a historic town that sits well with its modern persona. Today Mudgee is vibrant town of around 8,500 people, much larger than the other towns we have been visiting. The district is well known for its fine wine, superior rural produce, and is a popular destination for city weekenders and more permanent "tree changers".

We intend travelling back to spend a full weekend and I will capture the essence of the place then.

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  1. This is just terrific: the colour, the texture, the lines ...

    Just makes my eye buzz.

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