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Victorian goldfields with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 – IV – the lovely gold rush town of Dunolly
Stage IV of my road trip takes us to the lovely gold rush town of Dunolly which is just a few kilometres north of Maryborough - the geographic centre of the "Golden Triangle" of the 1850's gold rush and a great place to base one's explorations of the nearby ghost towns. These photos were taken with the wonderful Olympus OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera. The little town hall in the main street of Dunolly (Olympus mZD 12mm f/2 lens at f/6.3). The court house (Olympus mZD 12mm f/2 lens at f/6.3). One of the churches with its bell (Olympus mZD 12mm f/2 lens at f/6.3). A mansion with its lovely gardens given a ghostly infrared haunted look (Olympus mZD 12mm f/2 lens at f/6.3). The main street (Olympus mZD 12mm f/2 lens at f/6.3). Verandah of an old cottage (Olympus mZD 12mm f/2 lens at f/6.3). Ironmongers shop in the main street (Olympus mZD 12mm f/2 lens at f/6.3). Next stop - the ghost town of Waanyarra and its interesting cemetery, camping ground and old Morton's hut.