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    Long weekend out at Burraga Dam. Great place to just chill out.

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  • #2
    #2 my pick of these Toddy. No open campfires allowed in Tassie at the moment. Extreme fire danger with all the under story tinder dry.

    Great overview of the Dam complex.
    It's the little things!

    Cheers, Greg C.


    • Toddyh
      Toddyh commented
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      Cheers Greg. We had fire bans last week in NSW so to be safe didn't have a fire Thursday night. But the bans were lifted before the weekend so we had a little fire friday and saturday.

  • #3
    They are all great shots of a what appears to be a lovely spot Todd. #2 reminds me of the scenery and light on the Murray River. Nice series.

    "Don't touch". Must be the scariest thing to read in braille!

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    • #4
      Thanks ISAC. It is a great spot.


      • #5
        G'day Toddy

        Ah - geez ... them others who always have all the fun !!

        Okay Toddy - these pics are in 'Pick it to pieces' so may I offer you my 2-bob's worth

        Overall - a beaut collection of good-time memories.
        One thing I notice about all of us 'togs is that we tend to stick to the 2:3 / 4" x 6" format of the camera. However I often find [ok it's now personal] that a slightly different format offers a visual improvement when compared with the ex-camera original

        Here's my take on 2 of your great-holiday-snaps-to-make-us-jealous

        Hope this helps
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        > recent images at


        • Toddyh
          Toddyh commented
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          Thanks Phil. Appreciate the comments and normally I agree that a crop here and there makes all the difference. In both these case my personal preference is to keep the sky as I feel it adds to the drama.