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To the lake

Here we are heading down to Lake Windemere which I have shown you quite often.  There are also lots of nice hills in this part of the world.


  1. Your scenery has gone from the dun colour of wire grass to the blue-grey of blue metal. Lovely ...

  2. Yesterday I rented 'Jindabyne'. The landscapes are so beautiful and reminded me so much of your photos. The boulders in the first scene are just fantastic!

  3. JM I have not seen the movie but there are certainly similarities in the countryside here to the country around Jindabyne.

  4. Nice layers in shades of blue-gray.

  5. Where are you leading us down this nice country road?

  6. Dianne, in a circle, to the north west for a while and back again via a different route.


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