Arcoona Manor Deloraine
I recently shot a beautiful property at Deloraine which has been purchased by Maria Tassone. With a keen eye for the period and detail she has made an absolutely amazing transition to it current stage of renovation into a Bed and Breakfast. For me it was an open brief to shoot the property in a way that would provide a real feel for the splendour and surrounds of the stay at this property. The website was designed by Walker Design.
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Francis E Cole(non-registered)
Arcoona was built by my Grandfather and I just love these beautiful photographs you have taken of my Grandparents home.
An interesting story from it's past is, my father Sortie, and his two sisters, Jean and Francy, found a cannonade, a small cannon. They decided to mount it on the edge of the lawn overlooking the river. They found a rounded stone that fitted the barrel. Somewhere they laid their hands on some gun powder and a fuse.
Now prepared for action, they poured the gunpowder down the barrel, rammed the wod in followed by the stone cannon ball. Lowed the cannonade down into its mount and lit the fuse!
They expected the shot to end up in the Meander River!
BUT, Bang! The shot, sorry stone, crossed the river through the door of the Undertakers, which was opposite across the river, and out the back door!!
Fortunately no one was in at the time, and they only had 2 doors to repair so I understand.
This story was related at my Aunt Jean Clarkson's Funeral by the son of the Undertaker of the day.
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