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Sun Burnt Country by hecxadecimal Sun Burnt Country by hecxadecimal
Taken driving through Australian country side
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CapturedCosmicDebris Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Wonderful image - I'd like some of that sun, too... Bet you're tired of it, eh? Or so the trees look as if they would love some rain in this shot. :( Great capture.
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hecxadecimal Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
I never tire of the weather its unpredicable, the way I like things :excited: I am glad that we have had rain here though, as the fires were extremely devistating.
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CapturedCosmicDebris Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
:nod:
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GD-litenin Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
It looks rather warm there . . . send me some of that sunshine :sun: :D
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hecxadecimal Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
wish i could :hug:
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GD-litenin Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
lol well it's the thought that counts ;) :hug: It must have worked because it's in the forcast for tomorrow :D :sun:
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hecxadecimal Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
:D YIPPY Enjoy it then
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GD-litenin Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
:) :) Thanks
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dollaberry Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
every single thing in this shot is just amazing :wow: !
the gathering of clouds is so beautiful I could die :O_o:
the amount of blue sky gives such a cozy feeling that makes me wanna go to Australia SOOOO BAD :hug: !
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hecxadecimal Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
Please visit when ever you can :D
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dollaberry Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
of course I will !! :hug:
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hecxadecimal Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
YAY :nod:
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joe-veal Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2007
This does scream AUSTRALIA to me too. So much so that I think you all should have a holiday - call it Australia Day, and celebrate it really soon - OK - today if you like. Is this taken near Melbourne, or from more distant travels. The image title reminds me of the title of one of the best and funniest books that I've ever read - Bill Bryson's "In a Sunburned Country" (the sunburned is spelled this way on purpose). I'm not sure that Australians would enjoy the book as much as others, but his inquiring mind and off-beat sense of humour had me rolling on the floor.
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hecxadecimal Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2007
I'll look it up (the Bill Byrson's "in a sun burned country") I dont think Australians would care about the text of the book or consider it offensive. We are renound for our bluntness and lack of tact alot of the time. (depending on our awareness of things of course :giggle: ) I cant remember where this was taken exactly. I just wish I had photo's of my favourite place Cairns where the Daintree Rainforest lies. It is so lush and green and is in complete contrast to the "sun burnt country" I have presented you in this shot :D
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joe-veal Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
No pictures - sounds like a great excuse to go back. Have a great weekend, Jenn.
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hecxadecimal Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007
Yes, an extremely convient excuse :giggle:
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eskimoblueboy Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
When I think of your country, even though I know there is plenty of other types of landscape, this is what I think of most. You can blame National Geographic Magazine for that. When I was a child I read it all the time.
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hecxadecimal Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2007
:giggle:
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Jan 1, 2002, 12:00:00 AM
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