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  • Just a few pics while out and about.

    Mainly taken on the mobile. ( when I got it with me ) Sunrises and Sunsets.

    Last night:


    A Sunrise when I pulled into my driveway.


    Last year:


    Down south: elephant rock, last year.



    Out on one of my walks on top of the hill at my place. ( trying to loose some of the pood )



    So I know some of you guys take some really good pics. I know you do some doozies NF . So share some of what you see around our place we call home. AUSTRALIA

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    Nice one Skip.

    Here are a couple of the 2007 drought





    Earlier this year



    Sorghum Harvest

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    • #3
      Elephant rock looks awesome... Here are a few that I took from the iPhone.


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        Sunset while on rice mitigation at the weekend not a great deal of action around
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      • El-Skippo
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        Originally posted by shooter3975" post=25706
        Elephant rock looks awesome... Here are a few that I took from the iPhone.
        I sure is a lovely place for a escape. the water isn't deep for a about 100 meter's so you can explore in and around the big rock's to the right and the water is only knee- waist deep. crystal clear water and no wave's and the break is a few hundred meter's away. it's just the best swimming spot. That little stream running behind me into the sea is fresh water


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      Sunset near Packsaddle, NSW, with the phone.
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        Wow sendit!!! that's freaking me out!

      • shooter3975
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        Originally posted by Send-it" post=25908
        Sunset near Packsaddle, NSW, with the phone.
        Something doesn't look right or do I need to stand on my head??
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      So I know some of you guys take some really good pics. I know you do some doozies NF . So share some of what you see around our place we call home. AUSTRALIA
      Aw Skip I didnt know you cared :P heres some domestic ish ones, Keeping the Oscar Golf happy is the key

      Hope they fit as attachments as photobucket is a bit iffy lately
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      • #6
        here's one from a property near Orange, NSW



        but my favorite recently is not a photo at all

        steve

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh0IB4M2QAk

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        • #7
          Damit and Dagnbit Skip yers stirred my interest in another hobby.
          A bit ordinary stuff Just like shooting I need good glass the better it is the better you see things.


          We see some that need a shave by the looks.





          We see some other little blokes in the yard some times.




          We see green lizards (not the grog either).




          We get dust storms in droughts.




          Stupid emus when you want goats --goats wont come and emus wont go grrrrr.



          Some times you just go bush.





          But not in yesterdays transport.

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          Don’t poke the snake, walk around it and come back later with a double-barrelled shotgun and blow its [email protected]#!ing head off!.

          Australia in future, the outcome is the same, a bloody dictatorship run on the whims of a very few ego-centric pathological elitists.

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          • #8
            Skip said "So share some of what you see around our place we call home. AUSTRALIA "

            here's a couple from our trip to our great Western state, some may recognize the locations

            steve





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            • El-Skippo
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              Originally posted by 6602steven" post=26046
              Skip said "So share some of what you see around our place we call home. AUSTRALIA "
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              Look's like old mate has spotted a UFO

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            GO shoot some goats yep.








            Stir up a big Mulga snake from two meters away --this one was so well fed and slack just about had to kick it off the track before he would flare his neck.
            It was cold too but he simply dint want to move --gut full of locusts and easy living I reckon.
            He was about as thick as a blokes wrist and over two meters long.



            Clear some old scrub track that all you can see is the line in the scrub where it used to be 30 yrs ago (work )



            If it all gets boring take flash pics at night of stupid birds that dont think you can see their outline with the lights out ---wrong you can.


            Alternatively on a good day you get a CAT yeah !!!!.

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            Australia in future, the outcome is the same, a bloody dictatorship run on the whims of a very few ego-centric pathological elitists.

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            • El-Skippo
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              Some great pic's guy's. Looking forward, to seeing much more

            • grevo
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              NF that's the 2nd best view of a cat, best one being as the crosshairs settle on the bugger

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            Nice pictures everyone

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              Haven't had a camera for a few years now and the phone one is useless. Yesterday I brought a Nikon D3200 and 18-105mm Nikkor lens. Sort of a base level digital SLR but has 24 megapixel resolution. So I went out bush for a play with it today and just left it on full auto mode. Didn't take a rifle due to a dental issue I have making it impossible to shoot. Just went out for a look in N/E Vic.

              Typical bush track up here going through the jungle to the intended area.

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              This is what you stalk through, red dot scope is handy, no long range here.

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              Looking out to Mt Bogong, highest peak in Vic at 6516'. Covered in snow during winter.

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              Find water and tree ferns.

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              And there is a good chance you will come across an active wallow like this with 2 game trails leading to it.

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              N/E Victoria.
              I'm in love with Jennifer Hawkins and Alessandra Ambrosio

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              • El-Skippo
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                Nice one Sambar. I am still saving my penny's, for the Nikon D5200

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              thats a hellava moon shot.
              bright.!!

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              • #13
                Winter for me looks like this.







                Spring time






                Whacking Varmints is my passion!

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                • 2208mate
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                  Originally posted by Varminator" post=36489
                  Winter for me looks like this.
                  Spring time
                  Nice! Where are you? When I click on your location a map of USA pops up without any fine details

                  ........and the old website lizard hehe

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                my uncles farm before black saturday nice wallow now have heaps of black wattles growing

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                all the pines have died and been chipped
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                • #15
                  That last shot from thr r22 of the cattle yards and turkey nest is the bomb. Cover shot of Outback Magazine right there IMO

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