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Canberra from Booroomba Rocks. Images of Canberra.

By johnboy 29 July 2011 4

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Andy has sent in this superior Telstrayama with this note:

After being rather amazed at the photo of the Wind Turbines taken from Mount Ainslie, I couldn’t miss the opportunity to take this shot from Booroomba Rocks last Sunday. As the crow flies, it’s 32.7828 kilometers away. Google maps does not lie!

This was taken with a 200mm lens on a Nikon D200, which is due to be retired soon..

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p1 4:53 pm 29 Jul 11

G-Fresh said :

As the crow flies, it’s 32.7828 kilometers away

um, what, specifically is that far away.

Well, as the subject of the sentence appears to be “Baroomba Rock”, I am assuming that is what the author meant is 32.7828 kilometers away. Away from what, I don’t know.

G-Fresh 4:27 pm 29 Jul 11

As the crow flies, it’s 32.7828 kilometers away

um, what, specifically is that far away.

p1 4:08 pm 29 Jul 11

Watson said :

Booroomba Rocks = Legoland, isn’t it? Beautiful spot. And beautiful shot! The layers are amazing.

Not quite. They are close, but Legoland is on Orroral Ridge up the track from Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station, while Baroomba Rocks is up a different track (right turn just before you get to the tracking station). Google makes them about 6.5kms apart.

Watson 1:54 pm 29 Jul 11

Booroomba Rocks = Legoland, isn’t it? Beautiful spot. And beautiful shot! The layers are amazing.

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