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 Blue Mountains, springtime. A classic weatherboard cottage in Hat Hill Road, Blackheath.

Blue Mountains, springtime. A classic weatherboard cottage in Hat Hill Road, Blackheath.

 Wildflower season in The Blue Mountains, early November. Broad-leaved Drumstick (Ispogon anemonifolius)

Wildflower season in The Blue Mountains, early November. Broad-leaved Drumstick (Ispogon anemonifolius)

  GRAND CANYON, BLACKHEATH.  We passed this spot on the climb down to the canyon floor from Evans Lookout. My son says it looks like Lord Of The Rings country.

GRAND CANYON, BLACKHEATH. We passed this spot on the climb down to the canyon floor from Evans Lookout. My son says it looks like Lord Of The Rings country.

 The Grosse Valley seen from Butterbox Point.

The Grosse Valley seen from Butterbox Point.

  JAMISON CREEK  flows towards Wentworth Falls. This shot was taken a few days after sustained heavy rain. The grass in the background was knocked over and there was damage to several paths and footbridges.

JAMISON CREEK flows towards Wentworth Falls. This shot was taken a few days after sustained heavy rain. The grass in the background was knocked over and there was damage to several paths and footbridges.

  FLAT ROCK,  on Mount Hay Road near Leura.

FLAT ROCK, on Mount Hay Road near Leura.

 Katoomba, Mount Solitary and The Megalong Valley, seen from Narrow Neck.

Katoomba, Mount Solitary and The Megalong Valley, seen from Narrow Neck.

 The creek runs through this slot at the bottom of  Grand Canyon, Blackheath .

The creek runs through this slot at the bottom of Grand Canyon, Blackheath.

  WEEPING ROCK, ABOVE WENTWORTH FALLS.  The flow had a lot of muscle that day.  Silver with the sun behind it. A very quick shutter speed.

WEEPING ROCK, ABOVE WENTWORTH FALLS. The flow had a lot of muscle that day. Silver with the sun behind it. A very quick shutter speed.

  COACHWOOD GLEN , Blackheath, is tucked away off the road down to Megalong. An easy five minute walk down to the creek. 

COACHWOOD GLEN, Blackheath, is tucked away off the road down to Megalong. An easy five minute walk down to the creek. 

  HARTLEY.  An abandoned shack, still standing straight. That glassless black window caught my eye.

HARTLEY. An abandoned shack, still standing straight. That glassless black window caught my eye.

  EMPRESS FALLS,  Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

EMPRESS FALLS, Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

 Tree roots reach out of the creek bank at  COACHWOOD GLEN , Blackheath.

Tree roots reach out of the creek bank at COACHWOOD GLEN, Blackheath.

  EDITH FALLS,  The uppermost of three falls at Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

EDITH FALLS, The uppermost of three falls at Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

  JUNCTION FALLS, LAWSON.  An easy walk takes in 4 small waterfalls.

JUNCTION FALLS, LAWSON. An easy walk takes in 4 small waterfalls.

  SANDSTONE, WOODFORD.  One of a group of abandoned buildings.

SANDSTONE, WOODFORD. One of a group of abandoned buildings.

  GRAND CANYON, BLACKHEATH.  A swollen creek elbows its way along the canyon floor.  

GRAND CANYON, BLACKHEATH. A swollen creek elbows its way along the canyon floor.  

  STORIES IN TIMBER AND IRON  at the Hartley Historic Site.

STORIES IN TIMBER AND IRON at the Hartley Historic Site.

  SYLVIA FALLS,  Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

SYLVIA FALLS, Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

  COACHWOOD GLEN,  Blackheath. 

COACHWOOD GLEN, Blackheath. 

 Tiny fern beside  Jamison Creek , Wentworth Falls.

Tiny fern beside Jamison Creek, Wentworth Falls.

 A group of seed pods - somebody please tell what they are.

A group of seed pods - somebody please tell what they are.

  OVERFLOW FINDS ITS WAY.  Beside Junction Falls, Lawson. 

OVERFLOW FINDS ITS WAY. Beside Junction Falls, Lawson. 

  RAIN ON THE WALLS OF GRAND CANYON  glistens and spills into the creek bed at Blackheath. 

RAIN ON THE WALLS OF GRAND CANYON glistens and spills into the creek bed at Blackheath. 

  FEDERAL FALLS , near Lawson in The Blue Mountains.

FEDERAL FALLS, near Lawson in The Blue Mountains.

Blue Mountains, springtime. A classic weatherboard cottage in Hat Hill Road, Blackheath.

Wildflower season in The Blue Mountains, early November. Broad-leaved Drumstick (Ispogon anemonifolius)

GRAND CANYON, BLACKHEATH. We passed this spot on the climb down to the canyon floor from Evans Lookout. My son says it looks like Lord Of The Rings country.

The Grosse Valley seen from Butterbox Point.

JAMISON CREEK flows towards Wentworth Falls. This shot was taken a few days after sustained heavy rain. The grass in the background was knocked over and there was damage to several paths and footbridges.

FLAT ROCK, on Mount Hay Road near Leura.

Katoomba, Mount Solitary and The Megalong Valley, seen from Narrow Neck.

The creek runs through this slot at the bottom of Grand Canyon, Blackheath.

WEEPING ROCK, ABOVE WENTWORTH FALLS. The flow had a lot of muscle that day. Silver with the sun behind it. A very quick shutter speed.

COACHWOOD GLEN, Blackheath, is tucked away off the road down to Megalong. An easy five minute walk down to the creek. 

HARTLEY. An abandoned shack, still standing straight. That glassless black window caught my eye.

EMPRESS FALLS, Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

Tree roots reach out of the creek bank at COACHWOOD GLEN, Blackheath.

EDITH FALLS, The uppermost of three falls at Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

JUNCTION FALLS, LAWSON. An easy walk takes in 4 small waterfalls.

SANDSTONE, WOODFORD. One of a group of abandoned buildings.

GRAND CANYON, BLACKHEATH. A swollen creek elbows its way along the canyon floor.  

STORIES IN TIMBER AND IRON at the Hartley Historic Site.

SYLVIA FALLS, Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.

COACHWOOD GLEN, Blackheath. 

Tiny fern beside Jamison Creek, Wentworth Falls.

A group of seed pods - somebody please tell what they are.

OVERFLOW FINDS ITS WAY. Beside Junction Falls, Lawson. 

RAIN ON THE WALLS OF GRAND CANYON glistens and spills into the creek bed at Blackheath. 

FEDERAL FALLS, near Lawson in The Blue Mountains.

 Blue Mountains, springtime. A classic weatherboard cottage in Hat Hill Road, Blackheath.
 Wildflower season in The Blue Mountains, early November. Broad-leaved Drumstick (Ispogon anemonifolius)
  GRAND CANYON, BLACKHEATH.  We passed this spot on the climb down to the canyon floor from Evans Lookout. My son says it looks like Lord Of The Rings country.
 The Grosse Valley seen from Butterbox Point.
  JAMISON CREEK  flows towards Wentworth Falls. This shot was taken a few days after sustained heavy rain. The grass in the background was knocked over and there was damage to several paths and footbridges.
  FLAT ROCK,  on Mount Hay Road near Leura.
 Katoomba, Mount Solitary and The Megalong Valley, seen from Narrow Neck.
 The creek runs through this slot at the bottom of  Grand Canyon, Blackheath .
  WEEPING ROCK, ABOVE WENTWORTH FALLS.  The flow had a lot of muscle that day.  Silver with the sun behind it. A very quick shutter speed.
  COACHWOOD GLEN , Blackheath, is tucked away off the road down to Megalong. An easy five minute walk down to the creek. 
  HARTLEY.  An abandoned shack, still standing straight. That glassless black window caught my eye.
  EMPRESS FALLS,  Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.
 Tree roots reach out of the creek bank at  COACHWOOD GLEN , Blackheath.
  EDITH FALLS,  The uppermost of three falls at Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.
  JUNCTION FALLS, LAWSON.  An easy walk takes in 4 small waterfalls.
  SANDSTONE, WOODFORD.  One of a group of abandoned buildings.
  GRAND CANYON, BLACKHEATH.  A swollen creek elbows its way along the canyon floor.  
  STORIES IN TIMBER AND IRON  at the Hartley Historic Site.
  SYLVIA FALLS,  Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls.
  COACHWOOD GLEN,  Blackheath. 
 Tiny fern beside  Jamison Creek , Wentworth Falls.
 A group of seed pods - somebody please tell what they are.
  OVERFLOW FINDS ITS WAY.  Beside Junction Falls, Lawson. 
  RAIN ON THE WALLS OF GRAND CANYON  glistens and spills into the creek bed at Blackheath. 
  FEDERAL FALLS , near Lawson in The Blue Mountains.