Monday, 17 September 2007

High walls

On the drive back from Mount Tomah we took a walk out to Walls lookout.


Photo: Grose Valley from Walls Lookout

Words to walk with:
From The Barren Ground by Nan McDonald
"I think of it, the high, bare place in the mountains,
Always under a cool grey blowing sky
Where the eagle hangs back black and alone -- clean wind whistling
Through tussock and long low swell of scrub, and through
Hollows the rainy centuries have worn
In the huge ruinous heaps of silent stone"

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