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Old May 26, 2013, 5:24 PM   #1
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Not sure what title would be best for this post - so I chose a generic one

At the moment I am travelling in a district called Muttaburra where some years ago, some dinosaur bones were found. There are no bones pics here tho!

1- the outback highway ... a strip of bitumen road that generally is north-south for the best part of 300km. It goes thru lots of farmland of quite variable quality - some good, some very poor


exif - Fuji X-s1; 1/950s x f4,5; iso-200; lens at 18mm [equiv]; 4-image pano stitched using Pixtra

2- the view from my river-bank campsite just after sundown

exif - Panny G2; 2s x f11; iso-800; lens at 180mm [equiv]; 9-image pano stitched using Pixtra

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Old May 26, 2013, 7:04 PM   #2
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It looks remarkably green up there Phil, they must have had some decent rainfall.
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It looks remarkably green up there Phil, they must have had some decent rainfall.
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G'day Mike

Rainfall has been very patchy - over towards the east coast they have had their fair share, inland towards Longreach etc it's as dry as a bone

Here's a sample taken about 100km west of the 1st pano above


Poor bloody cattle & sheep are struggling to survive, & farmers are finding that after 2 - 3yrs of growth, they are selling at the cattleyards for less than $100 per animal ... poor farmers are going broke fast

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