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Some of the 730 destroyed hay bails floating in flood waters on Ernie Campbell's farm 16km south of Carinda which has been isolated due to flood waters. Ernie Campbell was evacuated from his farm Monday 6th December. Photo: Kate Geraghty
Some of the 730 destroyed hay bails floating in flood waters on Ernie Campbell's farm 16km south of Carinda which has been isolated due to flood waters. Ernie Campbell was evacuated from his farm Monday 6th December. Photo: Kate Geraghty
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World Press Photo exhibition, SMH Photos 1440

Jul 7, 2011
The State Library of NSW will present a blockbuster month of photography in July when two must-see shows, World Press Photo 11 and Sydney Morning Herald Photos 1440, open in the Library’s Galleries on Saturday 2 July.

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