Lives in Australia Western Sydney, Australia
Joined on Aug 31, 2014

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  • Replied in Another photo
    A one eyed, one armed naval officer comes to mind.
  • Yes. This is the Our Lady of Fatima Church, Nanson, WA, designed by Monsignor John Hawes. It's now a free turn.
  • Replied in Another clue
    This cathedral was another of the Monsignor's works, located in a regional coastal city.
  • Replied in Clue
    This small church was one of several designed by a religious minister and architect.
  • Where is this attractive small church?
  • Replied in Where was I?
    I think you were in St Louis, Missouri. The church in the distance looks to be the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Difficult to know where you were standing - perhaps the Stan Musial Veterans ...
  • GIMP cant open raw files directly and needs a plugin.  UFRaw is often used as  the raw decoder for GIMP and is much simpler than Darktable or Raw Therapee.
  • Hi Max Yes, that's the place. We were flying from Broome to one of the coastal lakes so we only flew over the Cape without landing. I must be more than usually dense to have not picked up on your ...
  • Replied in Clues
    To recap... we are on the northern part of a peninsular named for an English explorer , pirate and naturalist who visited this remote southern hemisphere location in the late 1600s.
  • I'm not sure which of us is confused (maybe we both are :-) ) I can't find 'something large and sounding royal to the south-east' apart from Leo - who is more east south east of my photo and over ...
  • I believe the 'something large' is no longer royal.  A local name is now official, so Leo has been dethroned. :-)
  • Where?
  • I checked 'Bombay Spice' but there seems to be a lot of them in the UK, so I didn't bother obscuring the sign.  I missed the Penrith Castle sign  :-(
  • Spot on, Barry.  I thought this one might take a bit longer... Over to you.
  • Name of town and street, please.
  • Brett's clue has passed over my head but I wonder if the one point is the Isle of Arran and the nine points might be part of the Dunagoil Vitrified Fort on the Isle of Bute.
  • I think I recognise those old stone gates at lower right.
  • Yes, we are at Eden, halfway between Sydney and Melbourne.  The wharf is in Snug Cove which is part of Twofold Bay. Over to you.
  • Replied in Yet Another clue
    Once a whaling port, these days it's whale watching that brings the tourists. This landmark is just across the bay:
  • Replied in Another clue
    We are about half way between the two largest cities of this country. Of to the land of nod now.
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