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This is my abandoned shot for this trip.  Taken as we were faithfully following Madam Tom Tom's directions to our next town Forest Reefs.


  1. Wouldn't it be good if you could press a playback button on a building and see its history.

  2. Great shot, agree with diane b. Reminds me of the New England. It is an interesting building with the old fibro. It could be an old butcher shop.

  3. Hah ... me too. I thought I would like to see the pride on the face of the people who first built and moved into this house.

    I am reminded of the images yesterday of the space shuttle Discovery doing its flyover of Washington. The chimneys here provoked the memory ...


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