Bush Retreat At Dusk. Tenterfield, NSW, Australia by Ralph de Zilva

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My wife and I spent a few days on this property, just to get away from it all. We had the entire lake to ourselves and had a wonderful time. It was soooo relaxing.

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Tenterfield is a town in New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the New England region at the intersection of the New England and Bruxner Highways. Tenterfield is a three-hour drive from Brisbane, 2.5 hours from Byron Bay, two hours from Armidale, New South Wales and 10 hours from Sydney. The town sits in a valley astride the Great Dividing Range. At the 2006 census, Tenterfield had a population of 3,130 people.
Tenterfield’s proximity to many regional centres and its position on the route between Sydney and Brisbane led to its development as a centre for the promotion of the federation of the Australian colonies.
The local geography is dominated by prominent granite inselbergs and mountains, the most famous being that of Bald Rock, which sits within the Bald Rock National Park.
Tenterfield’s first inhabitants were the Jukembal people who travelled the area from near Glen Innes to Stanthorpe, Queensland.
In 1841 Sir Stuart Donaldson was running 18,000 sheep on a property that he named Tenterfield Station, after a family home in Scotland. Donaldson was the first premier of NSW and made biannual trips to Tenterfield to inspect his holdings there, which covered 100,000 acres (400 km2) of unfenced land. Tenterfield Post Office opened on 1 January 1849 and the township was gazetted in 1851 with allotments being sold in 1854. In 1858 gold was discovered at Drake (Fairfield) and shortly afterwards at Timbarra and Boonoo Boonoo. During 1859 an AJS Bank opened and an Anglican Church was built the following year. In the 1860s The Tenterfield Chronicle was published, the district court was established; the building of a hospital commenced and a public school was opened. In 1870 the population was less than 900, but the town had five hotels, a school of arts and three churches. The existing Tenterfield Post Office was constructed in 1881.

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I have always had a love of capturing images and in my early teens took many photographs on my little Kodak camera. I loved the wild open spaces and bird life in particular and longed to be able to be an accomplished photographer. It took ill health and a forced early retirement to re-kindle this love of photography. I am a self-taught amateur photographer who has had no formal training. I take great pride and joy in my work and these days have the time to pursue this wonderful hobby.

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  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...over 2 years ago

    It certainly looks peaceful! The still water gave you gorgeous reflections in this image.

  • We were just lucky with the reflections Celeste. It was great one afternoon and next morning but for the rest of the time it was like a choppy sea with all the wind. Thanks for the nice comment and fave.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • Monica M. Scanlan
    Monica M. Scanlanover 2 years ago

  • Thanks so much for the feature, Monica.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • Morag Bates
    Morag Batesover 2 years ago

    Very atmospheric and beautiful !

  • Many thanks Morag for the feature, lovely comment and fave. Much appreciated.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • BlueMoonRose
    BlueMoonRoseover 2 years ago

    A beautiful scene of peace and tranquility!

  • Thanks Kathryn for the nice comment.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • carlosramos
    carlosramosover 2 years ago

    Perfectly composed and photographed !

  • Thanks very much, Carlos.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • CeciliaMay
    CeciliaMayover 2 years ago

    That’s Beautiful.

  • Thank you Cecilia for your visit and comment.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • Evita
    Evitaover 2 years ago

    Beautiful work !!!!

    Click on the link below to view your feature
    Nature And Man FEATURES August 21st 2012
    This work is eligible to enter in our Nature And Man *Featured Works Challenge * August 2012
    Good Luck

  • Thank you so very much for the feature and fave, Evita.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • Vanessa Barklay
    Vanessa Barklayover 2 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS from Australia, You’re Standing In It…
    Click the Aussie Flag to see all the Features!

  • Many thanks Vanessa for the feature and fave.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • Arfan Habib
    Arfan Habibover 2 years ago

    What a fabulous capture Ralph! Love it.

  • Thanks very much Arfan for your nice comment and fave.

    – Ralph de Zilva

  • LarryB007
    LarryB007over 2 years ago

    congrats on your feature!

  • Thanks very much Larry for your visit, comment and fave.

    – Ralph de Zilva

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