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I've run out of material for a while.  So will take a blog break until something new comes up. With Autumn getting into full swing surely it won't be too long before the west calls us to go on a excursion (the one above is from the archives)

In the meanwhile, don't miss the new former Royal Hotel I've added this evening.  It's the most splendid one yet.  I spotted it on Paul's blog last week and got permission to republish it in the collection.

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  1. Holy Dooley!
    That is a magnificent Royal Hotel!!
    And I love the template for the Royals.
    It looks good like that - you can see them all at a glance!
    Have a good break.
    Lovely photo above - love the Poplars(??)
    and the rocks on the hill, and the shed and the bull - take one item away and it wouldn't be as lovely.

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  2. Look forward to your return....

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  3. Joan that is a spectacular Royal! Yes I have been so busy lately and the weather so lousy that i'm running out of material as well.

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  4. Love the different layers in this shot. Great composition.

    I've previously seen the hotel on Paul's blog. It's simply AMAZING!

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  5. Yes the layers give great depth to this shot. have a nice break and come back all enthused. It looks like Julie has retired from blogging but keeps up her fB page. Our next trip is to Cape York in May. So I am hoping for some good posts to share.

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