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Lewis Ponds Creek at Ophir looking toward the junction with Summerhill Creek, the site of the first gold discovery in Australia in April 1851.

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Having visited many overseas countries and travelled extensively all over Australia since my early teens you can see by my portfolio that the Australian landscape is my favourite subject. I used to take slides because I liked the big picture but having been converted to digital I now shoot with a Nikon D5200, A Panasonic Lumix FZ18 (love that 500mm zoom) and a Samsung compact.

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Comments

  • Bev Woodman
    Bev Woodmanover 3 years ago

    Very nice image Terry of this historic spot. We passed through there a couple of years ago chasing ghosts of an ancestor and found it quite peaceful and beautiful♥

  • Thanks Bev it is a top spot.

    – Terry Everson

  • WendyJC
    WendyJCover 3 years ago

    looks so similar to this area … beautiful Terry!

  • Gary Kelly
    Gary Kellyover 3 years ago

    Reminds me a bit of Sofala. There’s certainly no shortage of things to photograph out that way, Terry. You must’ve been in and out of the car every minutes.

  • Thanks Wendy.

    – Terry Everson

  • Thanks Gary yes ion and out all the time . I get sick of putting the seat belt on all the time. Is a bit like Sofala too, not so far away as the crow flies.

    – Terry Everson

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