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The abandoned


This is my abandoned shot taken for this trip.  We are on the road out of Molong heading towards Yeoval and Cumnock which are both Royal Hotel towns which I have shown before.

Speaking of Royals I have just added into the gallery a new contribution from Red Nomad OZ  who seems to have covered every inch of this country in amazing travels.  The new Royal is from Mt Hope somewhere between Hilston and Cobar. I would like to drive that route sometime.

On this trip my husband asked why we were detouring via these towns, "You didn't like Yeoval last time," he said.

I responded, "Well you never know there might be something different to see."

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  1. It looks strange with the trees undressed. Not used to that here. The cows are enjoying the winter sun.

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  2. I really like seeing the old, abandoned buildings you capture. So interesting to look at...all those textures.

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  3. Haha!
    Can you see the tuft of hair on that cow's head?

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