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About the time of Samhain, a long way from Tipperary

By BobinAus
This picture was taken on a cold and wet morning at a bleak hilltop about 10 kilometres from Boorowa, a village on the southwest slopes of New South Wales. Boorowa is proud of its Irish heritage, being settled in the first half of the 19th century by immigrants from County Tipperary. Samhain is a Celtic festival that marks the transition between summer and winter. It is said that the division between the mundane world and the mystical realm also weakens at this time.

Tags: Landscape Rain Autumn Australia Dead tree New south wales Bleak landscapes Monochrome landscape

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Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2021 9:34PM
A good light play...
Isabel GrinGrinGrin
BobinAus Plus
6 3 11 Australia
2 Jun 2021 11:03AM

Quote:A good light play...
Isabel GrinGrinGrin

Thank you Isabel.
17 Sep 2021 5:02AM
BobinAus Plus
6 3 11 Australia
17 Sep 2021 11:23AM


Thank you Pedro.

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