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Northfork


As the sun began to set we backtracked from Baldry to Cumnock which I have shown previously in this blog.  I spotted this rather nice shot on the way.

I think it might be a while since mail was delivered at Northfork.

Visit Cumnock at 100 towns.

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  1. You can tell that winter has arrived from this shot and the brown grassland. Glen Innes to the west of Grafton had minus 7 the other night.

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    1. Oh yes Glen Innes is a freezing cold place -- in the mornings at least.

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  2. Glen Innes ... I remember that name from my father's yarns.

    I do like this shot, Joan: the angle of the sun, the weariness of the sign, and those sad, delapidated cottages. Very NSW ...

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  3. Wonderfully composed shot! Great light too.

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