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QVB (Queen Victoria Building) George Street Sydney

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Used to be fruit markets now boutique shopping centre

Photo taken in winter

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QVB (Queen Victoria Building) George Street Sydney

QVB.JPG

Used to be fruit markets now boutique shopping centre

Photo taken in winter

HMM, think I may have been there, indeed I have, I'm sure---there's an opal shop there, Oz, or used to be? And one great big feckoff opal on display in the front window.

Beautiful building inside as well. On two or three levels with a central atrium type thang? A bit like an elongated version of Frasers in Glasgow?

Mr T bought a shirt in a shop there and still wears it to this day. Not every day, obviously. :lol:

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HMM, think I may have been there, indeed I have, I'm sure---there's an opal shop there, Oz, or used to be? And one great big feckoff opal on display in the front window.

Beautiful building inside as well. On two or three levels with a central atrium type thang? A bit like an elongated version of Frasers in Glasgow?

Mr T bought a shirt in a shop there and still wears it to this day. Not every day, obviously. :lol:

Yes thats it. Prob 2 or 3 Opal shops there. No idea if its like Frasers or not (no idea where Frasers is. Is it Corner Buchanan Street next to Rogana fish & chip place? )

qvb3.jpg inside QVB

Yeah shirts do need washed occassionally Pat should be good at ironyng it now shes finished course

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Used to trudge up St Vincent Street from McCalls in Union Street every luch time. Worked in 219 St Vincent street for a while

Here's a great building in St Vinent Street, Oz.

Greek Thomson Church

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Don't rub it in any more, LG! :rolleyes:

Thanks for your pics, they're just beautiful. Love the LL ones.

Nearly time to head off up to Luss of a weekend--I think it's at its best in the early autumn.

Hope you will bring back the Photos Rollo.

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Shit weather where you are, Iona?

Take comfort in the fact that whatever you guys are getting it'll be here in 12 hours or less :rolleyes::D

raining for 3 days and the cows are swimming :D

Nah I was having a go at you for mentioning sitting in the Glasgow sun drinking coffee surrounded by people and buzz :unsure:

oh please save me from the countryside/quietness/nae decent coffee shops/nae decent shops and diddley diddley accents :(

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Nice pics.

Where are boat ones taken?

Wombat

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25kg solid muscle

South Steyne

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Last Sydney ferry built in Scotland

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I trust that Bourke gave you permission to use that photo?

I'll have to dig him up to ask

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The clue is in the caption Ozzwald !

"Brissle" :lol:

Brissle set....

Sorry Lone Groper I read that as Brissie ie my home town & thought that cant be right I know you get around But thats pushing it for a week end.

Great pic btw

Brissle isnt that where the "Great Britain" is now?

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Sorry Lone Groper I read that as Brissie ie my home town & thought that cant be right I know you get around But thats pushing it for a week end.

Great pic btw

Brissle isnt that where the "Great Britain" is now?

SS Grate Britten is indeed in Brissle, but of course I didn't see it this time. Going back again in spring.

I've got 368 more pics towork through yet, will keep me busy if it rains. !

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SS Grate Britten is indeed in Brissle, but of course I didn't see it this time. Going back again in spring.

I've got 368 more pics towork through yet, will keep me busy if it rains. !

Will look forward to them & Brunels bridges too

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Will look forward to them & Brunels bridges too

Oh bugger, more hills to trudge !

Off to Amsterdam in 2 weeks, so I will have to make a list of what not to miss...... the bridge for a start !

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Oh bugger, more hills to trudge !

Off to Amsterdam in 2 weeks, so I will have to make a list of what not to miss...... the bridge for a start !

We'll look forward to some canal snaps, LG.

Different country: Some Gondalas in Venice. gondolarefect-2737.jpg

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I've never been to Bristol

passed it heading down to Cornwall yet never stopped.

Heard that it is indeed a very pleasant city

with plenty to do and places to shop.

It pioneered the great adventurers to visit the land beyond

and to take with them the whores the rogues and the vagabond.

Manys a fine person has been born in Bristol town.

There's always an exception and that is... Derren Brown. :(

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I've never been to Bristol

passed it heading down to Cornwall yet never stopped.

Heard that it is indeed a very pleasant city

with plenty to do and places to shop.

It pioneered the great adventurers to visit the land beyond

and to take with them the whores the rogues and the vagabond.

Manys a fine person has been born in Bristol town.

There's always an exception and that is... Derren Brown. :(

:o

I've never been there either, IonaW, but I do love LG's photies.

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I am quite keen to take up photography but I am not really sure where to start.

Would any of our happy snappers be willing to post how they got started? What kind of equipment they started out with? What kind of things helped them along the way.... courses, books, publications etc?

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I am quite keen to take up photography but I am not really sure where to start.

Point & click, doll, point & click, easy easy. :o

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I am quite keen to take up photography but I am not really sure where to start.

HH is right. Get a point and click camera and start to take pictures. It's that easy. Enjoy taking some images and see where it takes you.

Tere are many bargains to be had but I have had fujifilm and Panasonic Lumix point and shoot camera, excellent kit and they make great images.

Get ye to Argos. PM me when you need some photgraphic software.

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HH is right. Get a point and click camera and start to take pictures. It's that easy. Enjoy taking some images and see where it takes you.

Tere are many bargains to be had but I have had fujifilm and Panasonic Lumix point and shoot camera, excellent kit and they make great images.

Get ye to Argos. PM me when you need some photgraphic software.

Thanks LG,

I will definately be taking you up on that. Some pointers about kit would be greatly appreciated.

Harperx

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