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Tamarama

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Don't forget to use sunscreen when taking a rest on the Tamarama ocean walk.


Tamarama

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Just a burnt-out tree in Marks Park, Tamarama?
(See next photo)


Tamarama

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Not if you take a close look.
(Also see previous photo)


Tamarama

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They use giant cleaning sprays on Tamarama beach.
(See next photo)


Tamarama

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And, yes, they do work.
(See previous photo)


Tamarama

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Neatly-packed newspapers in Marks Park, Tamarama, were from one day of The Diamondback, an independent student-run campus newspaper at the University of Maryland, if all the pages on the outside are any guide. As its weekly print circulation is 9,000, this must have been the whole of one edition.
(Also see next photo)


Tamarama

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Neatly-packed newspapers in Marks Park, Tamarama, were from one day of The Diamondback, an independent student-run campus newspaper at the University of Maryland, if all the pages on the outside are any guide. As its weekly print circulation is 9,000, this must have been the whole of one edition.
(Also see previous photo)


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