Further postcards from the edge…

Now more that 6,000 kilometres behind me. Tomorrow the big smoke; sin city; my old home-town, Sydney. In the meantime, here are some more  observations from my meandering through rural New South Wales:

My younger brother Andrew drove hundreds of kilometres out of his way on his way to meet up with me in Dubbo. The least I could do was let him have a cup of tea from "his" kettle! © Rob Walls 2010

The Newell Highway, NSW © Rob Walls 2010

Gilgandra, New South Wales © Rob Walls 2010

Cassilis, New South Wales © Rob Walls 2010

Cattle buyers, Gunnedah Sale Yards © Rob Walls 2010

Roadside near Cessnock, New South Wales © Rob Walls 2010

Hunter Valley vineyards near Pokolbin, New South Wales © Rob Walls 2010


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6 responses to “Further postcards from the edge…

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  2. Edge of reality? Rob we miss you. Dou you know how to fix banner alignments on a PDF2o12 version of downgraded Publisher, converted from an OCR conversion of an old Word doc around 1994??
    hug Paul and Annie

  3. Love you and Andrew sharing a cuppa.

  4. WOW, never knew two brothers being born with beards.

    Great shots again, Rob! Please make them into a book.


    • Thanks so much, Roel. I think this series might actually be another book from the main game I’m working on at the moment. Off to photograph two Dutch artisan wood-fired bakers this afternoon: Joost and Jeele Hilkemeijer in Berry. I’m going to try to find the time to post a new blog entry from Sin City, that includes a shot of a man making his living dressed as a giant Ugg boot!

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