Oktoberfest (Aussie style)
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I love the pubs down under. Whether it was a schooner or pint of Toohey's New, Toohey's Old, Victoria Bitter, Carlton Draught, Coopers Green, Young & Jackson's Nakedale or Crackenback, Kilkenny Draught, Hans Super Dry, Boag's Draught, XXXX Gold, or James Squire Golden Ale didn't matter much. They all went down easy.
Shot taken in PJ O'Brien's Pub in Sydney.
Canon EOS 350 D camera with a Sigma AF 18-200mm DC OS Zoom lens
Picnik Cross Process
Also by John Linton
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