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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Hoppy holiday pics
From: leica at (Didier Ludwig)
Date: Sun Apr 20 14:12:36 2008
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I didn't know one can eat Kangaroo - but it looks rather tasty! A nice set, 
I also like that cloud shot. 

Australia is on the top of my holiday wishlist - I'm only afraid of doing 
such a long flight with 3 kids (and ok, there are some budget concerns, 
too). Our kids can kill my nerves already in a 2 hours' car drive (when they 
forgot their gameboys for instance). 

I met a travel agent, specialized in Australia, on a party, recently; that 
guy was such a good seller he could almost sell me a 4-week arrangement 
between starter and main dish, but my wife kicked my shinbone before it 
became to concrete.

To stay on australian topics, the other day I biked down a single trail in 
the region which I did not know before. Suddenly, in a glade in the middle 
of the Sihlwald forest, I was surrounded by giant animals - I drove into an 
ostrich farm! Didn't know these birds are that big. Though there a (rather 
thin) fence between me and them, I drove trough quite respectfully... 


>Folks a small gallery of shots from a visit to Rainbow Beach, which is a
>quiet community in a pleasant part of this state. Definitely a hostile
>environment for your Leica though, between showers and blowing sand. So a
>very small gallery.
>In this episode, you may see scenic saltwater, senoritas strolling by the
>sea, strange shoes, a slightly shark scarred cetacean, some succulent snacks
>and Summilux snapped scenery!
>Comments always welcome

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