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IMAG0030.thumb.jpg.dc1ec9a0b8878e95164d4b87ec7f2f52.jpgtrappistTravelbureau_small.thumb.jpg.a9c42c076a8f729ca023d1aefe70987d.jpgIMAG0029.thumb.jpg.b7f2ffd83e37096f361b80dc886b11a3.jpgIMAG0020.thumb.jpg.a24f7ac26537affa87ac4925dd02723a.jpgIMAG0020.thumb.jpg.a24f7ac26537affa87ac4925dd02723a.jpgJust took some pictures of the view looking over the river and some garden shots. Sort of looks like what you might expect on an exoplanet such as Trappist-1 system. 

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The Palm Nut

Here is an image of Port Macquarie from above. 

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Palmarum

It is good to see a healthy palm and plant collection on an outer colony world. Twelve parsecs ain't that bad of a trip.

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awkonradi

Any better today?  Or still trapped on Trappist-1e?

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fix typo

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gtsteve

Would it be fair to assume that the pics were taken with the sun coming through bushfire smoke ......   

on Trappist 1e?

We have had similar pics after an outback dust storm. 

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The Palm Nut

Today the air is thick with smoke at sea level, that blueish colour smoke. The above photos, smoke was high up in the atmosphere you can quite clearly see across the river. This morning no chance 300metres at best. Quite dangerous to drive actually. No rain likely for the foreseeable future either.

 

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