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nitten 10 years ago

Thank you John for vist my albums, liking them and your comments. And I'm waiting for next your albums :)
Regards, nitten.


erikharstrom 11 years ago

Afflicted for the delay to answer you, but above all I wish you a beautiful year 2013! And especially continue to enchant us with your so beautiful photographs of Australia!

Erik Harström.


johnsharp 11 years ago

Hello Erik
Great to hear from you and thank you for the New Year wishes. I am slowly adding to my Australian photos, but I am being more selective with my photography, so I am not uploading as many. Wishing you a safe and healthy 2013.
Regards from Australia.


snakesafe 11 years ago

Thanks for liking my Micr-life album.

Henk ter Horst

Henk ter Horst 11 years ago

Hello John, Thanks you very much for your reaction on my Greece album.
I visited 'The Bellerine' because of the wonderful colours and the beautiful lights! Question: looking at your albums I saw 'Hanging Rock'; many years ago I saw this scary movie 'Picnic at Hanging Rock'. Did you take the pics where this movie was made?
Kind regards, Henk


johnsharp 11 years ago

Hi Henk. The Bellarine is a small Peninsula on the South Coast of Australia. Like many things we do, we take photos of all other places, but few of our local beauties. That is what I tried to do with this album.
Yes Hanging Rock is the place where they made the film Picnic at Hanging Rock. It was based on an earlier Novel by Joan Lindsay. The scenery is lovely and the rocks just go skywards from the flat surrounding plains. Not sure how you would disappear, but there are plenty of crevices and hiding spots all around. It is a very popular attraction and has an Annual Horse Race and markets. A great photography location.
You did well to link the film to the photos.
Regards from Australia. John


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johnsharp 11 years ago

Hi Frans
Thanks for the like for my album "Insects in Australian Gardens."
Best wishes from Australia.