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Photo of the Week: Aussies at the Great Wall
By R.P. BenDedek
May 27, 2012 - 12:02:41 AM

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Don't know who these Aussies are but that they are Aussies is obvious by their sense of humor

I have purchased a new computer and have been reorganizing all the files and loose photographs etc and since I didn't have a photograph for this weeks edition of Magic City I went looking for something suitable and came across this photograph. I think it was sent to me by one of my Chinese friends but I don't know if he knew these people. Their sense of humor is certainly Australian.

The Great Wall of China is located in Beijing according to a some of my college students, and as they are Chinese, who am I to disagree with them.

It is a nice place to visit and Summer or Winter it is all the same - bloody hard work. 

Photo of the Day Series - 2011

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