About Fotki Downloads Pricing Contact Us Customer Service File a Complaint Terms of Service Privacy Policy Choose Language © 1998-2016 FOTKI INC or its affiliates. If you haven't been to Mt Surprise or O'Briens Creek before, here are some photos to give you an idea what its like. This is the old tin miners shed at the claim out at O'Brien's Creek where we take people on tour to dig topaz.
From the old tin shed we take the track down to O'Briens Creek to were we will be digging topaz. My problem with this shot is that it looks flat, I can see it was overcast when you shot it but it lacks contrast. I've done a workshop where I've just balanced the shot by setting the correct black point, white point and grey point. A great Oz photo - tin shed, clumps of grass (can't think of the name of the grass at the moment on Friday night!) and a good balance of light. The dry golden grasses make an excellent lead-in to this two toned bard with its lovely rusted tin roof. Looks a bit dry in those parts while here everything is emerald green from all the summer rain. Looks nice and evokes a nice ambient, especially with those native, unmistakably Australian trees in the background. Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus: Organic, free-range, and healthy are just a few of the key words for food served at Tin Shed.
Mixed greens and seasonal veggies, tossed with your choice of the following dressing and topping.

Pork sausage, jalapeno, bell pepper, onion and egg scramble, with Tillamook cheddar, salsa fresca and chipotle aioli.
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It would have been quite comfy in its day and even now is a welcome respite after slogging it out all morning in the sun digging topaz.
By 10:30 everyone is pretty knackered and tea, coffee, and Pam's famous homemade biscuits and muffins are the go.
Its beautiful bush around here with amazing old pink granite hills which the geologist say are over 300 million years old. Here you can discover the true art of the gemcutter and see just how incredible coloured gemstones can really be. It is a very simple thing to do in Photoshop, (if you have photoshop that is), what it does is set the shot up to be technically correct. This is a nice composition with those bushy grass and natural setting contrasting beautifully with the straight lines of the corrugated tin shed.
Despite what has been said about the colouring the eye is led up through the tussock grass to the shed which is full of rust and character. Named one of the best places to have brunch (it's even been featured in The New York Times). Listing of a menu does not mean that there is any affiliation, endorsement or sponsorship between SinglePlatform and the listed business. This is a pretty lush spot and during the winter season, from May thru August its quite busy.

Its bush camping at its best with all the mod-cons, like that drop toilet in the background. An extensive library of classic, contemporary and unique one-of-a-kind designs, all carefully optimised to bring out the best in each and every gem, are available for you to choose from.
People setup camp for up to three or four months and each day they get up at the crack of dawn and head off into the hills looking for topaz and they're back by lunchtime before it gets too hot.
Doug Menadue, master gemcutter, can personally craft for you a gem, tailored to your individual requirements, that you will be proud to own. Tin Shed offers earth-friendly, flavorful foods every day of the week like biscuits and mushroom gravy, sweet potato french toast, and potato cakes.
The idea is that topaz, being a heavy stone, works its way underneath big rocks and gets caught in crevices. In a time of so much mass produced clutter and rubbish, to discover something small and precious that demands such a sacrifice of time and attention to detail, is to give hope to the fact that the art of handcrafting beautiful things is not lost to us.
Enjoy the outside patio and lovely little garden, and be prepared to drink a lot of free coffee while you wait to be seated, because the place is popular.

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