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I went cold turkey for a day but when we went down to the estuary where the lake meets the sea I had to take photographs.  I've not used the iPhone camera before but its gunna have to do.

Come, let's follow the boardwalk to the sea.

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  1. I'm following you Joan - Wonder what's around the corner?

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  2. Doesn't appeal to me (and I don't have an iphone) but people get some amazing results with those cameras.

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  3. Great shot. Are you using the Blogger App?
    I have used the App once and it was very easy but my photo was terrible!

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  4. I wanna come too. Iphones take good shots. Both my son in laws use nothing else and they take some great shots.

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  5. Some people do seem to get great shots with their iPhones maybe I will do better with practise.

    Mark, no I am not using the blogger app. I am not much of an app person. My iPhone is pretty much a phone, except when I have no other camera :-)

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  6. I've forgotten where we are?
    Exactly which bit of sthn nsw are we in?

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