Western Sydney, probably even classified as the Hawkesbury, all I know is I probably need a passport to go there its so far away

I think its also commonly referred to as the food bowl for sydney, since most of the local fresh produce is grown around this area.

Anyhows, there was a nice fog and some cows hiding in there and some very nice predawn pinks, followed up with a tasty steak sandwich, all that looking at cows made me hungry 🙂

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5 thoughts on “Western Sydney, probably even classified as the Hawkesbury, all I know is I probably need a passport to go there its so far away

  1. +Rodney Campbell its a pastelly (i that even a word?) world out there 😉

    +Suren J yeah got one back in march, its pretty sweet, really changes the way you look at images from a srgb / adobergb point of view and also just from a resolution point of view. Whilst it does come calibrated, i would be interested in calibrating it, however you only have the option of the xrite (?) one and I ain't gonna spring for one of those.

    Also, to be honest there is not that much difference between the H and HM models, I am sure if you are hardcore and printing and selling etc then its a must, but comparing the one I have at work (srgb only) and my home one (adobe rgb) its pretty hard to spot any significant differences..

    I wanna see some china images too btw.

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