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Homage to Ken Duncan at Burra. It rained on an off the whole time we were at Burra. Had some excitement sliding along the clay access track. Although Ken Duncan's pic had a nice blue sky I don't mind the cloudy version. When I nest have time to spare (don't I always) I might try it in Black and white.
Homage to Ken Duncan at Burra. It rained on an off the whole time we were at Burra. Had some excitement sliding along the clay access track. Although Ken Duncan’s pic had a nice blue sky I don’t mind the cloudy version. When I nest have time to spare (don’t I always) I might try it in Black and white.

This first pic is the cottage first taken by Ken Duncan and used on the Midnight Oil album. My take has cloudy skies because it rained everyday we were there and there is only so much you can do in Burra. Very small town, much like Maldon in Victoria and not much to amuse one for more than a couple of days.

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