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To get to the Border Ranges National Park in Northern NSW, you have to ford this little creek. As I drove over it I was struck by the interesting pattern the water made as it tumbled over its rocky bed. The dirt road leading to the National Park had been deserted apart from me, so I set up my tripod on the road. Of course, as always happens, at that moment the only other vehicle I saw the whole time I was in the National Park went past. Luckily the people were friendly and returned my sheepish wave.

Hi,

I love photography, travelling, native Australian flora and fauna, cycling and most other sports too. I also like landscapes and cityscapes.

I hope these interests are reflected in my portfolio.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you like my work.

Cheers
Fran

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Comments

  • Jenifer  Bunnett
    Jenifer Bunnettover 2 years ago

    Isn’t that always the way? No-one to be seen for hours and the moment you are doing something that looks ‘dubious’, along comes a car-full! I love fords…they’ve always intrigued me.

  • Yep, it sure is the way. It was uncanny timing. Glad you like it!

    – Fran53

  • Fara
    Faraover 2 years ago

    You feel such an idiot when this happens……………………like some sort of photographic vandal…………….this makes a great card……………………..terrific Fran……………………xx

  • Yes, I did Joyce! The only car for hours ……

    Thank you for your encouraging comment and the fave – I wasn’t sure about this one when I put it up on RB, so I’m glad you like it. Cheers, Fran

    – Fran53

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