Best place to watch night-sky, Outback Australia Mundi Mundi plains, just outside Broken Hill, Western NSW.

Best place to watch night-sky, Outback Australia Mundi Mundi plains, just outside Broken Hill, Western NSW.

Harkaway Homes - Classic Victorian and Federation Verandah Homes - Gabled Victorian - Pavilion and Homesteads Australia's leading Reproduction Home specialists

Harkaway Homes - Classic Victorian and Federation Verandah Homes - Gabled Victorian - Pavilion and Homesteads Australia's leading Reproduction Home specialists

An abandoned miners cottage a the site of an abandoned town, "Hillsborough", in the hills above Yackandandah

I Found Hillsborough (and that’s not all)!

An abandoned miners cottage a the site of an abandoned town, "Hillsborough", in the hills above Yackandandah


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Outback ruins along the Oodnadatta Track in northern #SouthAustralia - beautiful shot by @baronet9

Outback ruins along the Oodnadatta Track in northern #SouthAustralia - beautiful shot by @baronet9

Miners cradling for gold at Box Ridge near Sofala - 46 km from Bathurst - circa 1870. #NSW #throwbackthursday http://www.trade.nsw.gov.au/legal/copyright

Miners cradling for gold at Box Ridge near Sofala - 46 km from Bathurst - circa 1870. #NSW #throwbackthursday http://www.trade.nsw.gov.au/legal/copyright

NSW marble, formerly in the foyer of Sydney’s Geological and Mining Museum, which closed in 1996. #ThrowbackThursday

NSW marble, formerly in the foyer of Sydney’s Geological and Mining Museum, which closed in 1996. #ThrowbackThursday

Corpses Candles, will-o'-the-wisps, spooklights and ignis fatuus - They're eerie, elusive lights that resemble flickering candles or luminous fog. Throughout history, they've haunted marshes, bogs and swamps, and they've been attributed to everything from fairies to ghosts to aliens. They often disappear when approached, and the few brave souls who have managed to venture close have reported they're cool to the touch, despite clearly being composed of flame.

Corpses Candles, will-o'-the-wisps, spooklights and ignis fatuus - They're eerie, elusive lights that resemble flickering candles or luminous fog. Throughout history, they've haunted marshes, bogs and swamps, and they've been attributed to everything from fairies to ghosts to aliens. They often disappear when approached, and the few brave souls who have managed to venture close have reported they're cool to the touch, despite clearly being composed of flame.

tree (it has magic lumber)... Art Print by Chernobylbob - $15.60

tree (it has magic lumber)... Art Print

tree (it has magic lumber)... Art Print by Chernobylbob - $15.60

North of Wollongong, this is the Coalcliff Colliery with coal skips loaded and waiting on the jetty, circa 1907.  #TBT #ThrowbackThursday Copyright - http://www.trade.nsw.gov.au/legal/copyright

North of Wollongong, this is the Coalcliff Colliery with coal skips loaded and waiting on the jetty, circa 1907. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday Copyright - http://www.trade.nsw.gov.au/legal/copyright

Topsy admiring the landscape - Preseli hills in West Wales

Topsy admiring the landscape - Preseli hills in West Wales

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