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At night we rest in the tropical warmth.


  1. Beautiful... Just caught up on last few posts, great photos :)

    1. Thanks ... I was so glad we decided to to the flight.

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    1. It felt like a summer holiday. I really did feel the holiday began once we reached Airlie Beach ... though of course I was not on holiday ... I was just moving my relocatable office to new and interesting places.

  3. Ah, that tropical warmth! Love it. Beautiful shot!

  4. Nice warm evening feeling from this shot.

  5. Quite the opposite of now ... back home it is still log fire weather.

  6. Quite the opposite of now ... back home it is still log fire weather.


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