As with the previous images, this was taken overlooking Robertstown, north of Adelaide, South Australia. It’s a beautiful patchwork of farmland, with undulating lines and homesteads and trees.
I’m trying out a new camera filter setting on my Olympus: dramatic tone – monochrome. It might be a bit overly bold, but bear with me while it takes over from my much-loved Grainy Black and White filter.
What a marvellous and unexpected discovery: a park with BBQ facilities, many tables (each located away from others, so families can share this space without feeling cramped by others), toilets, a war memorial, and – best of all – a “scrub walk” for the kids, with fun and informative tiles, activities, and things to find. I was utterly impressed by this community effort, which local groups and school had been involved with. Well done, Eudunda!
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I’ve been passing through Eudunda occasionally for decades, on my way to somewhere else. Recently, while on my way to somewhere else, I stopped and spent a delighted hour wandering around the once-bustling town.
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