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My eyes kept straying to the farmland which runs right down to the water's edge. The grass at the coast is so intensely green. But for the most part I pushed myself to stay out of my comfort zone and keep those sea pictures rolling.

The coral trees seem to be a popular tree for marking boundary fences in the farmland.

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  1. It is immensely different from over your ridge to the west, I agree. I expect to see pudgy Aberdeen Angus scattered on hillsides. Is this down near Berry? Lovely little joint ...

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  2. Mmmm looks like my advance posting has gone astray and I have posted two today.

    This is dairy territory so Freesians ... I am saving up shots of both Berry and Freesians from my trip away last weekend but that will be after a break over at BMJ.

    Oh yes and this photo is closer to Kiama than Berry but there is only 20K or so between the two towns.

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