Yackandandah is a small, sleepy town in north-eastern Victoria, that was once on the main highway from Melbourne to Sydney. Now it is well and truly bypassed, but with it’s Gold Rush heritage and 37 heritage listed buildings in the tree-lined main street the tourists keep coming. On a beautiful autumn day like this it’s easy to see why.

Yackandandah Antiques April 2011

  • Aperture: ƒ/13
  • Camera: PENTAX K20D
  • Taken: 23 April, 2011
  • Focal length: 45mm
  • ISO: 400

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