The next batch of four coloured blank greeting cards includes images from New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania.

Two heritage items of transport or machinery and two cards for the fishermen.

A suitable choice to give to your male friends, husband, your special man, bloke, guy or son.

For details of the other groups of cards, click on the links below:

28,15,0,50,1
600,600,60,1,5000,1000,25,2000
90,300,1,50,12,25,50,1,70,12,1,50,1,1,1,5000
Two fishermen returning after an early morning fish produced this perfect wake in the shadows of the mountains surrounding a reservoir. Lord Kelvin (1824-1907) first described the wave patterns in a wake. Wavelets spread out at approx 19 degrees and the waves at 53 degrees to the direction taken by the boat. Colour picture Nikon D80, f5.6, 1/100s, 300mm zoom equiv, ISO 400
C4G-016 The Perfect Wake
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Marree sprung up in the 1880s and was a major station on the overland telegraph line as well as the original Ghan Railway line. This is one of the preserved relics in the centre of town. Marree is at the southern end of the famous Birdsville Track. Also is the old Kruze Mail Truck.
C4G-017 Transport relic, Marree SA
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Located in a timber logging camp at Lowden Park west of Braidwood, NSW this stationary steam engine provided power to a saw mill. Today a number of relics including a water wheel makes for a delightful picnic and small camping area.
C4G-018 Steam Engine, Lowden Park
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Tasmania has some remote and beautiful lakes. A perfect setting to get totally away from the worries of the world. Southern end of Lake Burbury, east of Queenstown.
C4G-019 A solitary angler
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