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.

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australia, new south wales, riverina, temora, regional museum, cootamundra, cottage, living room, sir donald bradman, famous, legendary, cricketer, george petrovsky

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  • Gilberte
    Gilbertealmost 2 years ago

    How interesting these musea are.They preserve a slice of live of our ancestors

  • Bonjour, Gilberte! This museum is especially interesting, because it has collected memorabilia from an agricultural region. This slab timber cottage was transported to the site and set up to show what life was like in the early 1900s. :)george

    – George Petrovsky

  • Janone
    Janonealmost 2 years ago

    Nice indoor shot, George.
    Bet there is more to explore, right ?
    Jan

  • Thanks very much for your visit and comments, Jan. There is a great deal to be explored here, as it is impossible to see everything in on brief visit. I’ll see what I can do…. :)george

    – George Petrovsky

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whitealmost 2 years ago

    Superbly captured love the light and colour.

  • G’day Julie! Thanks for another visit to the Museum and for the fave too! Get down there if you can, it’s a fascinating place! :)george

    – George Petrovsky

  • kamaljeet kaur
    kamaljeet kauralmost 2 years ago

    I love pics of interiors!!!! This is indeed is a great pic :)

  • Thanks very much, Kamal – a little scenario from our pioneering past. Glad you like this. :)george

    – George Petrovsky

  • Vitta
    Vittaalmost 2 years ago

  • Thank you very much, Vitta – I’m delighted that this picture has been featured! :)george

    – George Petrovsky

  • Michael Howard
    Michael Howardalmost 2 years ago

    Got to love tongue & groove ceilings, great scene, nicely done

  • G’day Michael – glad you like this homely scene. The whole cottage was transported from Cootamundra and is all in surprisingly good condition. In what is a part colourisation, I tried to retain the warmth and cosyness of the room. :)george

    – George Petrovsky

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