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I'll end this tour of Kandos with some images of things common in country towns that are not necessarily found in the  cities.  Icon 1 -- barb wire and chicken wire fences (and another of my favourites - derilict buildings).

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  1. It always amazes that such ordinary objects can be elevated to such lofty heights.

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  2. Barbed wire AND chicken wire ... intermeshed like that ... the barbed wire looses its effectiveness ... but a lovely sight ...

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  3. Looks like a pretty little town.

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  4. Interesting shot. Difficult to focus on the wire rather than the building.

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  5. Love the blurred decay and the contrast to the focused wire. Great shot!

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  6. Dad died at 5:15 this morning. Strangely enough, it was quite beautiful.

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