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 [(9=8)c6-8c7=HT(568-2)c9.b89=2c4]-9c4 30/Aug/17 2:02 AM |  |
 I guess the name of the building is The Rocks. I don't see rocks anywhere in this photo. 30/Aug/17 3:26 AM |  |
 Basics to UP =391. (8)c6 = a5 - a3 = e3 - (8=91)eh2 - (1=4698)h89|ig7 => -8c7 ; UP = 81 30/Aug/17 5:44 AM |  |
 Basics to 391. (18=5)c17-c9=(56-8)b89=(8)c79 =>-8c6; basics to 81 30/Aug/17 5:58 AM |  |
 The Rocks is the name of a place, an area in Sydney. 30/Aug/17 6:04 AM |  |
 Here's what Google found:Discover Sydney's past by exploring The Rocks, from cobbled laneways and sandstone warehouses to Australia's oldest pubs. In the photo, the glass skyscraper is seen beyond The Rocks. 30/Aug/17 6:06 AM |  |
 Sandstone is a rock. It formed from sand washed down from around Bendigo in Central Victoria when Australia was attached to Antarctica. This rocky area of Sydney provided the foundations for the Sydney Harbour Bridge which is above the Photographer. The buildings of the rocks were saved by building unions in the 1970's. 30/Aug/17 6:18 AM |  |
 #28 347@f123=>f46<>347#40 9@c46=>c7<>9=>49@ai7=>i7<>188?@a3=>a5=5=>b4=2=>b2=7=>b1=5= >c1=1=>c7=8=>abc456<>8=>a3<>8#50 15@i89=>i9<>78 VHBC to #81V:Only cell left in Vertical column More... 30/Aug/17 6:56 AM |  |
 This Sandstone rock from the Sydney Basin has eroded back to sand and been moved up the coast to Queensland by wind and currents providing half the sand on their beaches. It is also taken to Hawaii by barge for their beaches. 30/Aug/17 7:39 AM |  |
 13:18 30/Aug/17 11:30 AM |  |
 Sarah and Les for the explanation of The Rocks.Very interesting! 31/Aug/17 4:05 AM |  |

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