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Great tyro 2012-09-30 14:17

Ciao cara Lisa,

You have given us a very enlightening note though it is also very thought provoking and very depressing. 1869 to 1970? - that's i>four generations, not just one!

But you are now the holder of an Aboriginal passport - how wonderful! Does that give you some unique privileges? No matter, it is no doubt quite an honour to have one.

But this is a beautiful photograph with a wonderfully bold composition and some gorgeous colours, particularly the almost luminescent blue of the sea. The lighting is superb too, no doubt aided by your ND graduated filter, and the depth of field and sharpness are exquisite.

Beautiful!

Kind Regards,

John.

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Old 10-01-2012, 01:32 AM
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Grazie Giovanni

Well it's an honour to have such a passport for sure. It allows me to travel through tribal lands, but is mostly symbolic. I hope one day it's more than that. Julian Assange was given one too, it was presented to his dad at the ceremony. it doesn't seem to have helped him though very disappointing to see the British government at it again though, wanting to lock up our citizens without charge or trial, and this time doing the dirty work of the Yanks. But the silence of our own government is the biggest disgrace.


Oops, back on the high horse! I'll get down now

Lisa
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