Jenolan Caves, April 1903, photographed by Edward J. Cooke

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    Format: Glass plate negative

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    Kid Molas, Vélocia, inthoughts, and 29 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Vélocia 34 months ago | reply

      I love how they're balanced on the rock. At first I noticed the riding posture was a bit odd, then noticed they're not riding!

    2. Taniusha I - http://bashne.net/ 34 months ago | reply

      I guess, cameras of those days had no "sport" auto-function for moving objects :)

    3. loutfi_hilmy 34 months ago | reply

      they pause for the camera, sweet!

    4. Jenolan History 26 months ago | reply

      Such a pity that for a glass negative of size 214mm x 164mm that the largest image in Flickr is only 89mm x 69mm at 300 pixels/inch.

    5. State Library of New South Wales collection 26 months ago | reply

      A larger version is available on our catalogue. Click on the link for more detailed info - then two more clicks on the image will give you a large jpg.

    6. State Library of New South Wales collection 26 months ago | reply

      You can also get the large version (27.7 x 35.5 cm) through Flickr by clicking on the image and selecting 'all sizes'. This holds true for all our Flickr images - we generally upload the largest and highest res JPG version we have. If you need a higher res version, you can purchase one through our Document Supply Service www.sl.nsw.gov.au/using/copies/order_information.html

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