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Old Apr 12, 2012, 4:35 AM   #1
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Old Apr 12, 2012, 6:57 AM   #2
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The panorama is fantastic...really like how you've captured the streaming rays of sunshine over the tops of the buildings!

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Very nice I agree with Wingman the pano is great. The first image is also, What a place to spend about a month or two hoping for no wind and a reflection shot.

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Nice panorama, it is difficult to make them look good with the major variation in light you have there.

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+1 on the pano - excellent shot.

NB - I can see maybe 5 dust spots too
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Nice shots Rodney. I enjoy seeing Brisbane,it looks like a pleasant city. The sunrise shot is tops.

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Very beautiful shots. I agree -- it looks like a very nice city to visit some day.
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G'day all

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.... What a place to spend about a month or two ....
Yes - all of Australia is wide open to visitors, and a month or two is the minimum you'll need to see either the eastern side or the western side of this great land

The 4000km [3000m] from Cairns in the north via Brisbane down to Sydney is very popular with visitors, as is a similar distance from Brisbane to Sydney to Melbourne to Adelaide across southern Oz

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Lovely pictures, but that panorama is really fabulous! I know, I'm way behind on things but wanted to say just how much I enjoyed that second one.
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Both very lovely photos - especially nice color in the water on #1...
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