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(March 20, 2004)

Ken Turkowski

San Andreas Lake, Dam, and Spillway

Chris Thorne

Camp in Dwellingup

Nanga Mill Camp near Murray River, Dwellingup, Western Australia, Australia

about 9:40am GMT+8

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Father-daughter Camp in Dwellingup Western Australia. Situated in a small pine plantation close to the river. Deep in the bush - you unfortunaty only glimpse Australian bush in the background.

We spent most of our daytime swimming, bush walking and canoeing. It was at the end of the dry season so the river was low, exposing some amazing sculptures of interlocking circular and cylindrical forms at the main rapids. I don't know how many thousands or millions of years the water has been carving at the granite but there are tubes several men deep you can climb into and have a shower! :)

Night times we gathered around gas lamps (total fire ban at the time) for drinks, talks and impromptu entertainment by the girls. All in all we had a good time away from the hustle of work (and school).
Sony Cybershot DSC-P72, standard lense etc. Used incompetent tripod arrangment :). PTGUI and PanoTools to stitch 12 photos for a 360 dgree cylindrical pano. VRMakePano on Windoze to create QTVR movie.

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