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Before sunset
Before sunset
This photo was taken at the Gillawarna Lake which belongs to Georges Hall park, New South Wales Australia. Gillawarna Lake forms the southern part of a larger reserve called Mirambeena Regional Park that extends into the adjacent suburb of Lansvale. Georges Hall was named after the house and farm owned by Lt Colonel George Johnston (1780–1823) called Georges Hall. It was situated beside Prospect Creek, near Henry Lawson Drive. In 1809 it became an administrative centre, where it was used to conduct the census. Notes: This photo is a download version, not printed. Dimensions: 4961 x 6615px. Size: 10MB. For non-business and charity purpose only. For business, please contact us for pricing and obtaining raw file option.
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Rushcutters Bay, New South Wales by Digital Bay
Rushcutters Bay Park

This photo was taken by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

Rushcutters Bay is a harbourside eastern suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 3 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Sydney.

The suburb of Rushcutters Bay sits beside the bay it takes its name from, on Sydney Harbour. It is surrounded by the suburbs of Elizabeth Bay, Darlinghurst, Paddington, and Darling Point. Kings Cross is a locality on the western border.

The area was first known as 'Rush Cutting Bay' because the swampy land was covered in tall rushes used by early settlers for thatching houses. In 1878, 6 acres were reserved for recreation; and, after reclamation work was completed, Rushcutters Bay Park was created.

Rushcutters Bay was once the site of the famous Sydney Stadium. On Boxing Day 1908 at the Stadium, Tommy Burns lost his heavyweight title to the legendary Jack Johnson, the first African-American to win a world title.

On 6 April 1927, Herbert Pratten, Federal Minister for Trade, appeared in a Lee DeForest film to celebrate the opening of a Phonofilm studio in Rushcutters Bay.

The bay at Sydney Harbour served as host for the sailing events during the 2000 Summer Olympic. More information can be found at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rushcutters_Bay,_New_South_Wales

Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rushcutters_Bay,_New_South_Wales

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Rushcutters Bay, New South Wales by Digital Bay
Rushcutters Bay

This photo was taken by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

Rushcutters Bay is a harbourside eastern suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 3 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Sydney.

The suburb of Rushcutters Bay sits beside the bay it takes its name from, on Sydney Harbour. It is surrounded by the suburbs of Elizabeth Bay, Darlinghurst, Paddington, and Darling Point. Kings Cross is a locality on the western border.

The area was first known as 'Rush Cutting Bay' because the swampy land was covered in tall rushes used by early settlers for thatching houses. In 1878, 6 acres were reserved for recreation; and, after reclamation work was completed, Rushcutters Bay Park was created.

Rushcutters Bay was once the site of the famous Sydney Stadium. On Boxing Day 1908 at the Stadium, Tommy Burns lost his heavyweight title to the legendary Jack Johnson, the first African-American to win a world title.

On 6 April 1927, Herbert Pratten, Federal Minister for Trade, appeared in a Lee DeForest film to celebrate the opening of a Phonofilm studio in Rushcutters Bay.

The bay at Sydney Harbour served as host for the sailing events during the 2000 Summer Olympic. More information can be found at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rushcutters_Bay,_New_South_Wales

Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rushcutters_Bay,_New_South_Wales

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Parramatta River
Wilson Park lookout Parramatta River

This photo was taken at Wilson Park - Parramatta river in NSW, Australia by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

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Wilson Park lookout Parramatta River
Wilson Park lookout Parramatta River

This photo was taken at Wilson Park - Parramatta river in NSW, Australia by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

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Peaceful mind by Digital Bay
Peaceful mind by Digital Bay

This photo was taken by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

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Sunset at Rushcutters Bay, New South Wales by Digital Bay
Sunset at Rushcutters Bay

This photo was taken by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

Rushcutters Bay is a harbourside eastern suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 3 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Sydney.

The suburb of Rushcutters Bay sits beside the bay it takes its name from, on Sydney Harbour. It is surrounded by the suburbs of Elizabeth Bay, Darlinghurst, Paddington, and Darling Point. Kings Cross is a locality on the western border.

The area was first known as 'Rush Cutting Bay' because the swampy land was covered in tall rushes used by early settlers for thatching houses. In 1878, 6 acres were reserved for recreation; and, after reclamation work was completed, Rushcutters Bay Park was created.

Rushcutters Bay was once the site of the famous Sydney Stadium. On Boxing Day 1908 at the Stadium, Tommy Burns lost his heavyweight title to the legendary Jack Johnson, the first African-American to win a world title.

On 6 April 1927, Herbert Pratten, Federal Minister for Trade, appeared in a Lee DeForest film to celebrate the opening of a Phonofilm studio in Rushcutters Bay.

The bay at Sydney Harbour served as host for the sailing events during the 2000 Summer Olympic. More information can be found at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rushcutters_Bay,_New_South_Wales

Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rushcutters_Bay,_New_South_Wales

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Baby Mangroves at Salt Pan Creek by Digital Bay
Baby Mangroves at Salt Pan Creek

This photo was taken at Salt Pan Creek Footbridge at Davies Reserve by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

Davies Reserve in Padstow, NSW, Australia. This reserve is one of the spots along the Salt Pan Creek walking track and can be accessed by car via Davies road or from the end of Tallawarra avenue.

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Baby Mangroves at Salt Pan Creek by Digital Bay
Baby Mangroves at Salt Pan Creek

This photo was taken at Salt Pan Creek Footbridge at Davies Reserve by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

Davies Reserve in Padstow, NSW, Australia. This reserve is one of the spots along the Salt Pan Creek walking track and can be accessed by car via Davies road or from the end of Tallawarra avenue.

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Mangroves by Digital Bay
Baby Mangroves at Salt Pan Creek

This photo was taken at Salt Pan Creek Footbridge at Davies Reserve by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

Davies Reserve in Padstow, NSW, Australia. This reserve is one of the spots along the Salt Pan Creek walking track and can be accessed by car via Davies road or from the end of Tallawarra avenue.

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Holroyd Gardens, Merrylands
Holroyd Gardens, Merrylands Australia

Holroyd is a small suburb in western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Holroyd is located 24 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the Cumberland Council. The local government area takes its name from Arthur Holroyd, first Mayor of the area, local landowner and businessman. The administrative centre is located in nearby Merrylands. More information can be found at Holroyd, NSW.

Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holroyd,_New_South_Wales

This photo was taken by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

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weather prediction
Grainy picture of a blackbird

This photo was taken at the Gillawarna Lake which belongs to Georges Hall park, New South Wales Australia. Gillawarna Lake forms the southern part of a larger reserve called Mirambeena Regional Park that extends into the adjacent suburb of Lansvale.

Georges Hall was named after the house and farm owned by Lt Colonel George Johnston (1780–1823) called Georges Hall. It was situated beside Prospect Creek, near Henry Lawson Drive. In 1809 it became an administrative centre, where it was used to conduct the census.

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No where to go!
Grainy picture of a blackbird

This photo was taken at the Gillawarna Lake which belongs to Georges Hall park, New South Wales Australia. Gillawarna Lake forms the southern part of a larger reserve called Mirambeena Regional Park that extends into the adjacent suburb of Lansvale.

Georges Hall was named after the house and farm owned by Lt Colonel George Johnston (1780–1823) called Georges Hall. It was situated beside Prospect Creek, near Henry Lawson Drive. In 1809 it became an administrative centre, where it was used to conduct the census.

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  • Dimensions: 4677 x 3508px.
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Looking for shelter
Grainy picture of a blackbird

This photo was taken at the Gillawarna Lake which belongs to Georges Hall park, New South Wales Australia. Gillawarna Lake forms the southern part of a larger reserve called Mirambeena Regional Park that extends into the adjacent suburb of Lansvale.

Georges Hall was named after the house and farm owned by Lt Colonel George Johnston (1780–1823) called Georges Hall. It was situated beside Prospect Creek, near Henry Lawson Drive. In 1809 it became an administrative centre, where it was used to conduct the census.

Notes:

  • This photo is very grainy, recommend to print on a matte paper to suit its theme.
  • This photo is a download version, not printed.
  • Dimensions: 4677 x 3508px.
  • Size: 11MB.
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Rowan tree by Digital Bay
Rowan tree
This photo was taken at Kyoto Japan. This city is famous for its numerous classical Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses. It’s also known for formal traditions such as kaiseki dining, consisting of multiple courses of precise dishes, and geisha, female entertainers often found in the Gion district.

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Kushiro Shitsugen National Park, Japan
Kushiro Shitsugen National Park, Japan

This photo was taken at Kushiro-Shitsugen National Park on a very foggy day. Kushiro is a city on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. It’s known for the large Kushiro Marsh, home to deer, sea eagles and Japanese cranes. A circular trail runs through the marsh from the Kushiro Marsh Observatory. On the coast, Fisherman’s Wharf is home to restaurants and the glass-covered EGG Garden. Nearby, Hokkaido Kushiro Art Museum displays works, including photography and sculpture, by local artists.

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Grainy Shrines and Temples of Nikkō, Japan
Grainy Shrines and Temples of Nikkō, Japan

This photo was taken inside of Shrines and Temples of Nikkō, Japan - The UNESCO listed the site as World Heritage in 1999. This site encompasses 103 buildings or structures and the natural setting around them. It is located in Nikkō, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. The buildings belong to two Shinto shrines (Futarasan Shrine and Tōshō-gū) and one Buddhist temple (Rinnō-ji). Nine of the structures are designated National Treasures of Japan while the remaining 94 are Important Cultural Properties.

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Milk Thistle flower
Glowing in the dark - Milk Thistles flower

This photo was taken at Olympic park, in New South Wales Australia.

Milk Thistle is the common name of a group of flowering plants characterised by leaves with sharp prickles on the margins, mostly in the family Asteraceae. Prickles occur all over the plant – on the stem and flat parts of leaves. They are an adaptation that protects the plant from being eaten by herbivores. Typically, an involucre with a clasping shape of a cup or urn subtends each of a thistle's flowerheads. Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thistle

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Davies Reserve
Davies Reserve - Padstow, Australia

This photo was taken at Davies Reserve in Padstow, NSW, Australia. This reserve is one of the spots along the Salt Pan Creek walking track and can be accessed by car via Davies road or from the end of Tallawarra avenue.

This photo was taken by T.Thach exclusively for Digital Bay.

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Morning fresh
Morning Fresh in Black & White

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