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    #2 Woomera again



    #3Coober Pedy



    #4



    I met a guy who spent a day at Coober Pedy and wasn't impressed - just holes in the ground he said. I spent 3 nights there on the way up and spent another night there on the way back - interesting place. Woomera could also have provided some more interesting photos, but I'm now hanging out to get home
    Alan

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  • #2
    I didn't like Coober Pedy either. The history, underground living and mining is interesting but the locals ruined the place for me.

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    • #3
      Lovely shots Alan. I reckon a tree like in #2 would have looked cool in #3. Maybe a blend or edit for you when you get home.
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      • #4
        Thanks you two

        Home now, so lots of catching up to do


        Alan

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        • #5
          Good sunsets particularly the last one and Coober Pedy. I didn't mind Coober Pedy and the rip out to the Breakaways is a must for a sunset.

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          • #6
            Thanks Doug - glad you also found some enjoyable experiences there.

            I may have to go back for the Breakaway Sunsets, (and Painted Desert) - but not in the immediate future ...
            Alan

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