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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Three crosses on the one colonial steroscope image

I've had these original photographs mounted on steroscope boards since 1974. They are from an early colonial (part time) photographer from North Queensland, the work of Dr Ryan. He must have travelled widely in Queensland as he has recorded bird life, scenic views, buildings and still life images while making captions overleaf in the most flourished pen hand. The two trees are Mulga types, (X) Boree and the (XX) Gidgee.

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