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Old 17-07-2014, 07:25 PM
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Well i reckon this is a pretty nice looking edge, "The Edge of Australia".

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Maybe the next picture could have Dots in it.
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Old 18-07-2014, 04:10 PM
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U were quick with that Leon. Definitely an Edge tho.
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Old 02-08-2014, 04:24 PM
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If u have seen others of mine then u probably saw this coming
Amanita Muscaria, the Fly Agaric
The next photo should having something to do with..... Age
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Old 02-08-2014, 05:37 PM
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Nice one Trevor.

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Old 05-08-2014, 07:19 PM
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The next photo should having something to do with..... Age
My eight kids, with thirteen years age difference between oldest and youngest.
They're a bit older now.

The next photo will have something to do with.... lines.
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Old 22-08-2014, 02:40 PM
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Revolutionary Lines

This is an air-con fan at a local school, hidden behind a security cage. Between the two I think they provide sufficient lines to meet the criteria.

The next photograph should have something to do with... Geometric Streetscapes
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Old 28-10-2014, 09:42 PM
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Is this too hard? I nominated it because I see streetscape geometry everywhere there is a roundabout, overpass, overhead shot etc.
I can change it to ....the next photo needing something to do with your Hobby, if you prefer.
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Old 28-10-2014, 11:19 PM
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My eight kids, with thirteen years age difference between oldest and youngest.
They're a bit older now.

The next photo will have something to do with.... lines.
Holy cow Andrew, 8 kids???????

Don't you have a TV???????



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A friend at the Park.

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/494973815270452342/
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Old 21-12-2014, 07:00 PM
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Marios, the topic from Trevor was "something to do with your Hobby".
Nice photo, I take it your hobby is photography?
Also you need to name a topic for the next person to post a photo.

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Old 21-12-2014, 09:12 PM
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Sorry Gents.

The next photo should demonstrate Balance.

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Old 07-01-2015, 04:04 PM
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Balance

Found this today at the Forth River Mouth.
It seems to fit the theme that Marios set: Balance

And to strike a Balance, the next photo should have something to do with Chaos
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Well, a mutual acquaintance of ours (not in the picture) managed to do this. The photo makes the hill look flat - it is really very steep! The driver was lucky to walk away. It took three 4WDs with winches plus a tirfor, a chain saw and an exhaust jack to recover from this mess.

This was the "pondering where to start" phase.



The next photo will be a monochrome portrait.

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Only clever people can do incredible things Al :-)
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Irma my 90 year old grandmother a month or so before her death. we gave her a framed shot of her and my grandfather for her birthday.That shot was taken the day before they married.they were in Martin place Sydney, it was in the early 1930,s before the war and was one of those 3 penny shots, the photographer snapped the shot and then gave you a receipt and you could collect the print four hours later in the arcade around the corner. As the original was only matchbox size she had not seen it with her poor eyesight for many many years, the digital enlargement helped with that. i have included that shot as well, just for interest...........next shot should contain a baby
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Great story Brad, and a beautiful pair of photographs.
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It's Great, Im Old

Had to jump in here with this theme.
This is Jake and his new born son Jai.
My Great Nephew Jake, and Great Great Nephew Jai Jake.
So that leaves me wondering whether I am a Great Uncle, a Great Grand Uncle, or just an Old Man with a new toy.

So I think the Next Photo should have something to do with Old Age
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Had to jump in here with this theme.
This is Jake and his new born son Jai.
My Great Nephew Jake, and Great Great Nephew Jai Jake.
So that leaves me wondering whether I am a Great Uncle, a Great Grand Uncle, or just an Old Man with a new toy.

So I think the Next Photo should have something to do with Old Age
OK, I have not got in on this one before, but with my renewed interest in Photography ....
Here is a Banded Ironstone Geode, It has to be MILLIONS of years old
Unfortunatly a bulldozer ran over this before i could save it, but I have lots of pieces of it now
So the next image is ....Something with LOTS of Iron in it !
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So the next image is ....Something with LOTS of Iron in it !

Baz???

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Old 11-01-2015, 07:42 PM
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So the next image is ....Something with LOTS of Iron in it !
Baz???
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Loads of (rusty) iron in the remains of the SS Maheno, once an ocean liner belonging to the Union Company of New Zealand that operated in the Tasman Sea, crossing between New Zealand and Australia, from 1905 until 1935. She was also used as a hospital ship by the New Zealand Naval Forces during World War I.

On 3 July 1935 the Maheno left Sydney under tow by the 1,758 ton ship Oonah, a former Tasmanian Steamers Pty. Ltd. Bass Strait ferry, built in 1888, which along with the Maheno had been sold to an Osaka shipbreaker. The ships were linked by a 900-foot (270 m) 6.75-inch (17.1 cm) wire rope.

On the afternoon of 7 July, while about 50 miles from the coast, the towline parted during a severe cyclone. Attempts to reattach the towline failed in the heavy seas, and the Maheno, with eight men aboard, drifted off and disappeared. The Oonah, with her steering gear temporarily disabled, broadcast a radio message requesting assistance for the Maheno, whose propellers had been removed.

The ship was finally found on 10 July by an aircraft piloted by Keith Virtue, beached off the Coast of Fraser Island. The crew of the Maheno set up camp onshore, waiting for the Oonah to arrive, which it eventually did on 12 July. The ship was subsequently stripped of her fittings, but attempts to refloat her failed, and eventually the wreck was offered for sale, but found no buyers.

Photo taken in July, from a light aircraft (a beach flight) when exploring Fraser island with friends visiting from Europe.

The next photo should have something common, but as seen from an unusual view point.

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