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PostSubject: Photo from AUSSIE INKOSI's Recent Trip   Sat Mar 29, 2014 8:25 am

HEY GUYS ANOTHER PHOTO FROM MY RECENT TRAVELS GREAT SHOT OF THE MOVEMENTS OF LORD CHELMSFORD MOVEMENTS TAKEN FROM
 
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PostSubject: Re: Photo from AUSSIE INKOSI's Recent Trip   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:23 am

Hi Aussie
Hope you had a great trip to Zululand. Small correction to your photo, Just to the right of Mdutshane is a ridge that links up to Hlazakasi. That's the ridge that Chelmsford and his merry men looked back onto the camp from.
The valley in the front of the photo between Silutshane and Magogo is the valley where Chelmsford had breakfast.

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PostSubject: Re: Photo from AUSSIE INKOSI's Recent Trip   Sun Mar 30, 2014 9:14 am

If ever there had been a need for a " Hellegraph" Isandlwana would have been it.
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PostSubject: Re: Photo from AUSSIE INKOSI's Recent Trip   Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:13 am

springbok9 wrote:
Hi Aussie
Hope you had a great trip to Zululand. Small correction to your photo, Just to the right of Mdutshane is a ridge that links up to Hlazakasi. That's the ridge that Chelmsford and his merry men looked back onto the camp from.
The valley in the front of the photo between Silutshane and Magogo is the valley where Chelmsford had breakfast.

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Yes mate the trip was great did a lot of climbing up all the historical hills to get a real perspective of what happened more photos to come working on a panorama for you all
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