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Built in 1875, Craigmoor was once the home of a successful mining family and dwarfed the humble miner’s cottages which surrounded it.
Today Craigmoor is recognised as one of the most significant historic houses in New South Wales. A museum in itself, its interior and furnishings have not been alterered since its heyday.
Camera – Nikon D80; Lens – Tamron 28 – 300 VC
Three bracketed RAW images, processed in Photomatix Pro 4.0 with finishing touches in Photoshop Elements 6.0
FEATURED IN RURAL NSW
FEATURED IN GOLDFIELDS AND MINING TOWNS OF NSW
FEATURED IN COUNTRY BUMPKIN