Wednesday, 27 November 2019

On the hill. Tamworth NSW.

We stayed in Tamworth for a few nights which is north of Sandy Hollow. During our stay we went up a hill and took photos of the view of Tamworth.
The first photo is of the town clock.















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    1. Thanks Bill, nice to be able to zoom in and it be fairly sharp.

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  2. Me gusta mucho el edificio del reloj y el hermooso cielo que has captado en esa imagen.

    Es preciosa la vegetación de esta zona. Las vistas panorámicas son espectaculares.

    Besos

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    1. Lovely clean town and good to be able to walk down the street.
      They are short of water for the folk I believe, unless they have had enough rain..

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  4. Tamworth is a lovely city and now that the Peel River is controllable when in flood you no longer get stuck like in the 1950's on one side or the other.
    It certainly didn't help the blood pressure of my Dad!!!

    I thought I read somewhere recently that Migrants/refugees were moving into Tamworth and I was right:
    Here a new update and I am sure the migrant working population from professionals to labourers is very welcome.
    "TAMWORTH is building on its reputation as a regional hub for migrants seeking citizenship.

    This week, 16 new Australians were sworn-in at a ceremony in the city from places including Brazil, Sri Lanka, China and Bangladesh. Many of whom came to the country with little English and no family support."

    Why they would want to live in overcrowded cities like Sydney or Melbourne is beyond me......might as well have stuck it out in Dacca, Rio, Colombo or Beijing!
    Great photos of the area.
    Colin

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    1. Let's hope the migrants stay in the Tamworth area, expect some will instead of moving to the bigger cities.

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  5. Oh these views are STUNNING dear Margaret !!!

    panoramic image is breathtaking :)
    such a beautiful place

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  6. It's a surprisingly large town. I am thinking of Tammy Wynette for some reason. I don't like country music much, nor western.

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    1. It is a big place, bigger than it looks.
      Tammy Wynette, gosh we are going back a way now - not that fond of country music myself but some of it is ok...just some of it.

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  7. I saw there was rain in the fire areas--- Good news, for sure. I enjoyed these springtime colors and feelings. You must have had a delightful trip.

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    1. We had a wonderful trip. The colours are lovely there in winter.
      Don't think the fires were close to Tamworth but smoke and lack of water as there wasn't much water left for the place when we were there..

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  8. Se ve todo muy bonito Margaret, los paisajes geniales. Besitos.

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  9. Excelente reportaje y un lugar muy bonito.
    Un abrazo.

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  10. Muy bonita lugar, excelentes imagenes, encantado de visitar tu blog,saludos y feliz semana.

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  11. Muy bella esta serie de imagenes, con un color precioso
    Buen trabajo
    Un abrazo

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  12. Very lovely place, beautiful captures as always ☺

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  13. What wonderful photographs all of these are.

    All the best Jan

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