The Regional Museum in Temora, in the Riverina region of NSW, is a real treasure trove of Australian history. The cottage where legendary Australian cricket captain, Donald Bradman (Later Sir, batting average: 99.94) was born and raised in Cootamundra, has been transported to this museum. This is the living room of the house, taken through glass.
Later, “The Don” lived and played in Bowral, in the Southern Highlands, where there is now a new museum dedicated to him, and the cricket oval as well.
Nikon D80, Sigma 17-70mm lens @ 17mm, hand held, 1/5 sec @ f 2.8, Program setting, ISO 400, Pattern metering, Auto Exp & WB. Then, as is my wont, I mucked around with it in PS Elements 3, converting to Sepia then doing a part colourisation to try and achieve a vintage effect.