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Night at the Bay

Night at the Bay
Best viewed large (see also notes). Looking south with some cloud and lights across the water - a very similar viewpoint to my previous image.
Added on October 15, 2018

Dragon in the sky

Dragon in the sky
A flying dragon to go with the sunset. A change from my recent series (shall return).
Added on October 14, 2018

Bedervale

Bedervale
"Bedervale" (see also PiP) is a heritage National Trust listed homestead 2km from Braidwood in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia. HFF and best wishes for the weekend, everyone.

Explored.

John Coghill was the captain and part own…
Added on October 11, 2018

Winter afternoon, Tiabunna.

Winter afternoon, Tiabunna.
Looking toward the coastal ranges and Braidwood (behind Mt Gillamatong at the left) from our former property,"Tiabunna". When we purchased it, we were unaware of the historical links of the area. The Clarke property (see earlier images) was relatively n…
Added on October  9, 2018

The Clarkes lived here

The Clarkes lived here
In the early 1800s, small portions of land were made available for sale or tenancy to free settlers or to emancipated convicts. One of those was John Clarke, a convict transported in 1828 for seven years and allocated to work for the owner of one of the…
Added on October  8, 2018

The Braidwood Museum

The Braidwood Museum
What now is the Braidwood Museum was built as the Royal Hotel in the 1840s. The pink building (also in PiP) is the Braidwood Hotel, built in 1850, still operating and restored as near as possible to original condition. These buildings would have been fr…
Added on October  6, 2018

Nerrigundah

Nerrigundah
Nerrigundah gained a place in history on the night of 9 April 1866, when Tom Clarke and his gang of bushrangers rode into town, leaving their horses at about the position of the letterboxes in my previous images. Then they took over the building central…
Added on October  4, 2018

Old letterboxes

Old letterboxes
Back in 1861, Nerrigundah was a thriving little gold mining town when thousands of miners, seeking fortunes, arrived in the area. The town had five pubs, three shops, a police station and courthouse, etc. The gold is long gone and only about 25 people n…
Added on October  3, 2018

Old letterboxes

Old letterboxes
Back in 1861, Nerrigundah was a thriving little gold mining town when thousands of miners, seeking fortunes, arrived in the area. The town had five pubs, three shops, a police station and courthouse, etc. The gold is long gone and only about 25 people n…
Added on October  3, 2018

Grevillea

Grevillea
I can tell you these are Grevillea flowers and native to Australia, but I'll have to pass on identifying quite which variety (there are many). Just home from a lengthy road trip and yet to catch up with everything. :-)

Explored.
Added on October  1, 2018