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Starfungi

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Taken at Penong Windmill Museum Australia at sunset. Fantastic golden hour lasted so long and one of my best shoots on the Australia Trip 2019
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Golden hour is really good for dogs as well :)
 
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Panorama of Toledo, Spain
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Mt Gould Lockup by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

The Heritage Council describes the lockup thus:

The Mount Gould Police Station opened in the 1880s as a centre for police protection for Murchison pastoralists. In the late 1890s early 1900s, the police were concerned with checking cattle and sheep killing by the local Aboriginals. The buildings consist of the main station, which originally had a separate kitchen, lock-up, stone-lined well and a grave. Iron bars, to which prisoners were chained, are still set in the walls of the lock-up. On 3 June 1987, the restored Mt Gould police station was dedicated to all the pioneers who settled the district.

No mention of the treatment of the first nations people who were often made to walk in chains to Carnarvon some 450 kilometres. Imagine doing this in the summer heat where the temperatures can exceed 40 C.

Nor any mention of the Wajarri people who had their own complaints regarding the disruption of water supplies and native wildlife by the pastoralists.

We camped here overnight. It still lingers in my mind giving me an ill-feeling. There is a feeling, a spirit about this place. I was happy to move on early the next morning.

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Old Mount Gould Police Station Group by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

The Heritage Council describes the Mount Gould Police Station thus:

The Mount Gould Police Station opened in the 1880s as a centre for police protection for Murchison pastoralists. In the late 1890s early 1900s, the police were concerned with checking cattle and sheep killing by the local Aboriginals. The buildings consist of the main station, which originally had a separate kitchen, lock-up, stone-lined well and a grave. Iron bars, to which prisoners were chained, are still set in the walls of the lock-up. On 3 June 1987, the restored Mt Gould police station was dedicated to all the pioneers who settled the district.

No mention of the treatment of the first nations people who were often made to walk in chains to Carnarvon some 450 kilometres. Imagine doing this in the summer heat where the temperatures can exceed 40 C.

Nor any mention of the Wajarri people who had their own complaints regarding the disruption of water supplies and native wildlife by the pastoralists.

We camped here overnight. It still lingers in my mind giving me an ill-feeling. There is a feeling, a spirit about this place. I was happy to move on early the next morning.

Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathway Exploration July-August 2020 - #GMOPE 54.
 

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Evening glow, Bristol skyline.
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Clive late yesterday afternoon. All four or five shot HDR, one stop apart.
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Rose I love the first two, with the second being rather special IMO.
The colours and the separation of the layers of hills, sky etc are really nice

Thanks Richard. I like that one as well. The 12 - 100 lens enabled that shot, as if I had the 12 - 40 on and had to stop and change to the 100 - 300, the light would have gone.

Just justifying my GAS ;-)
 
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Working on some older shots with the new Darktable 3.6
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