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pandora 5th September 2018 09:53 AM

Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
The King River rises below Mount Buggery, within Mansfield Shire, at an elevation exceeding 1,460 metres (4,790 ft) above sea level.
The river flows generally north by northwest, most of its course through remote parts of the Alpine and Mount Buffalo national parks,
descending into the King Valley, joined by eight minor tributaries, before reaching its confluence with the Ovens River at Wangaratta.

Now with the earlier sunrise I managed to get my act together and drive out to the King at 6:30AM to capture this glorious moment on the River.
http://e-group.uk.net/gallery/data/500/P9050639EM.jpg
OMD M5 Mkii
http://e-group.uk.net/gallery/data/500/P9050612EMxx.jpg

TimP 5th September 2018 09:56 AM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
Seriously? There’s a Mount Buggery?
Bet you’d be sore by the time you reached the summit!

Lovely shot BTW, could almost be England.

OM USer 5th September 2018 07:01 PM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
You find the best places to photograph Mark - pity about the names.

Beagletorque 5th September 2018 07:33 PM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
And you managed not to fall in?!!

Jim Ford 5th September 2018 09:01 PM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TimP (Post 457025)
Lovely shot BTW, could almost be England.

Yes, it reminds me of Puttle's Bridge in the New Forest, near Brockenhurst.

Jim

pandora 5th September 2018 09:48 PM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TimP (Post 457025)
Seriously? There’s a Mount Buggery?
Bet you’d be sore by the time you reached the summit!
Lovely shot BTW, could almost be England.
Quote:

Originally Posted by OM USer (Post 457055)
You find the best places to photograph Mark - pity about the names.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beagletorque (Post 457056)
And you managed not to fall in?!!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jim Ford (Post 457062)
Yes, it reminds me of Puttle's Bridge in the New Forest, near Brockenhurst. Jim


Thanks all for your observations, and Tim, I'm sure the hikers who named the mountain were sore by the time they reached the summit *yes - see etymology > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_...e,_Victoria%29

Phill D 6th September 2018 09:17 AM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
Only in Oz Mark :) it seems from your link that there are actually two Mount Buggerys!!! It certainly looks like a nice peaceful spot from you shots. Good candidate for a painting I'd say.

Beagletorque 13th June 2019 12:41 PM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
My thoughts exactly!

pandora 13th June 2019 05:53 PM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Phill D (Post 457084)
Only in Oz Mark :) it seems from your link that there are actually two Mount Buggerys!!! It certainly looks like a nice peaceful spot from you shots. Good candidate for a painting I'd say.

Thanks Phill, sorry I didn't acknowledge your comment last year!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beagletorque (Post 482682)
My thoughts exactly!

You're a bloody slow thinker … *chr

Internaut 15th June 2019 04:30 PM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
Only Australia would have a Mount Buggery.

pandora 15th June 2019 10:09 PM

Re: Go to Buggery for all I Care!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Internaut (Post 482939)
Only Australia would have a Mount Buggery.

Too bloody right mate, you're not bloody wrong on that one, that's for bloody sure *chr *chr


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