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Verandahs


Feeling chilly yet?  It's time I finished this walk.  I like towns where the old verandahs are still intact.  By the way, that is the Royal Hotel but I photographed it last time we were here.  We plan to have breakfast at the White Rose cafe before heading on our way.  The sun should be out by then.

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  1. These old style verandahs are so functional plus they add much character - hope you enjoyed your breakfast at the white rose cafe. sounds like a super-duper place!

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  2. They sure give character to a town and shade to the shoppers. It looks awfully cold and dreary. I bet a hot cup of tea/coffee was welcomed.

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  3. I was just thinking that as I looked at this photo - I wish ararat had left her verandahs in tact.

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  4. Yeah, I like intact verandahs, too. This reminds me of that 'Sofala' by Drysdale (was it?)

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  5. Julie, I don't know the specific painting but Drysdale certainly painted images of Sofala.

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  6. Your misty morning shots are fascinating!

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  7. Love those old style verandahs.

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