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Murray River looking towards Echuca-Moama bridge
12-9-12

Murray River looking towards Echuca-Moama bridge

The Murray River is the longest navigable river in the world after the Amazon and Nile. The total length is 2530k (1572m) and spans three States, New South Wales Victoria and South Australia.
The River rises near Mt Kosciusko in the Australian Alps and flows to the Southern ocean near Goolwa South Australia.

Canon EOS 40D ,Tamron SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di-II LD Asp IF
1/160 f/8 at 17.0mm iso250

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Dave Ellis25-Sep-2012 06:31
Lovely shot David. A real showcase of Australiana !
NealyBob20-Sep-2012 03:37
A fantastic view of this beautiful river~! Excellent capture~!V
wade clare19-Sep-2012 21:59
Another great image,David
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)19-Sep-2012 18:10
Excellent compo ! -V-
Paolo
Dawn19-Sep-2012 15:36
Beautiful scene and landscape, the red bridge adds a nice touch. Interesting description.
Jim Coffman19-Sep-2012 12:45
A great composition,and fine capture,David...
Torben Jorgensen19-Sep-2012 09:48
Beautiful shot. Great colours and texture in this shot. Perfect composition. V
Yvonne19-Sep-2012 07:23
Beautifully composed with the river reds in the foreground! v
Marco Valk19-Sep-2012 07:07
Nice landscape image.
John Reynolds19-Sep-2012 06:01
Great view and interesting information. V.
joseantonio19-Sep-2012 04:16
Gorgeous image of this lovely area around the river...V
Sam Rua19-Sep-2012 03:23
Nicely composed, David.
Robert Houde19-Sep-2012 02:19
Splendid landscape David.
jean-yves chamberland19-Sep-2012 01:18
gorgeous landscape David!
Hank Vander Velde19-Sep-2012 01:10
A beautiful well composed image David.
Coleen Perilloux Landry19-Sep-2012 01:00
Beautiful scape. A framer.
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