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Our cattle travel in Luxury
Lens: 20.0mm Camera: k20 Photo Location: Tambo....Sth Queensland Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: bubblesT, 04-16-2010, 04:14 AM

144 cattle on their way to new grazing ground in drought times 2 weeks later the area was totally flood.

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Big road train.
I've passed by Tambo a few times, and captured images of very similar cattle trailers in the local area.
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Big road train.
I've passed by Tambo a few times, and captured images of very similar cattle trailers in the local area.
Yes they are pretty cool. are quite frightening when they pass at the speed they do.
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Holy cow!

Interesting contraption - They let those things out on the road?
How can they ever possibly turn a corner - or do they just drive from Point A to Point B in a straight line?

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Holy cow!

Interesting contraption - They let those things out on the road?
How can they ever possibly turn a corner - or do they just drive from Point A to Point B in a straight line?

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You would be amazed at how the drivers handle these rigs, up hills, around round abouts and through small towns. Never a straight line.
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Wow...thank goodness I've never seen any like this where I come from....pretty scary to have one of these pass you on the road Nice shot...can't imagine how they can be driven safely
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Very neat looking shot, that sure is a long looking truck. Your shot looks great as colors and contrast goes, but a more interesting composition would have worked better here in my opinion. Next time try shooting from the front of the truck looking back for a better looking composition.
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Very neat looking shot, that sure is a long looking truck. Your shot looks great as colors and contrast goes, but a more interesting composition would have worked better here in my opinion. Next time try shooting from the front of the truck looking back for a better looking composition.
that sounds good to do it that way pity I didn't take from both ends would have been interesting. Thanks again.


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