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Temp 35 degrees celcius at 8am
Shearing shed built Circa 1830’s
One large fan only to cool the shearers
Taken in Country Victoria Australia in
The Western District
Published in Leica Fotographic Magazine and 3 times in Australian Traveller Magazine.
Finalist in the 2011 Australia Day Council of NSW “Living Australia” photographic competitions and have won many awards for my images.
A winner in the 2012 Australia Day Council of NSW “Living Australia” photographic competition.
An Australia Post Postage Stamp made of my winning photograph in 2012
Exhibited at The Maritime Museum in Sydney and The Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
I’m gonna show this pic to my barber.
Be carefull Grace he might pull out the old shears, then you will feel sheepish!
– Ronald Rockman
Absolutely amazing how fast they work, and in such heat… Another beautiful capture.
Hi Bradley, it was staggering to watch them going full pelt with hardly a break, the heat in the old wooden shearing shed was oppresive to say the least. I have a good portfolio of shots taken that day.My wife and I were invited to lunch at the homestead with the owners of the property, the house is a true mansion fully renovated to its original state.I don’t drink however my wife, Gabrielle and Paul drank the best ice cold French Champagne, I was pleased to have a cold mineral waterwith lots of fizz!It was an amazing day as we were given the Cooks tour of the property and the house.Their gardens are so famous that they are opened to the public once a year.How lucky were we!Thanks for the wonderful comment.Happy days,Rock
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