winter show, a group of us decided to finish off the
day with dinner at one of the excellent local hotels.
Having cleared up the hall and done some Sunday
shopping, we still had time on our hands and headed
down to the mighty Murray River, the biggest river in
Australia. Whether it still is the bigget or not is questionable
since most of the water has been pumped out by the three
states it either borders or passes through. Murray Bridge
is the largest town before the river, some 100km down the
track, enters the sea... if perchance there is any water left to
make it that far.
There was still enough light to catch this Seagull
and an old paddlesteamer waiting for the return of its
passengers from living it up in the sleepy township.
Opposite the steamer, on a rise, the usual tourist trap
for food and souverirs, softened by lamplight.
A ship of dreams with one of the spans of the old
railway bridge behind.
As dusk settled on the river and the moonlight grew,
we left this enchanting scene for a convivial evening
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To Klaus and our group of gracious hosts of this
meme, my heartfelt thanks.