Thursday, 23 April 2009

Last look



I took one last look from above the falls to the valley beyond before beginning the climb back to the top. That finishes this walk. I'll be back in a couple of weeks with another one. In the meanwhile, a new adventure in the central west begins on Sweet Wayfaring today -- I hope you will join me over there.

Words to walk with:
From Deep Pass Gorge by Mark O'Conner
" ... the slow stone mason
whose chisel carves round ponds.
One day the mountains of time will fall,
leaving a world of rubble
on which new streams will work."

8 comments:

  1. Thank you, JE. A beautiful journey with such lovely poetry, just lovely.

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  2. Thanks for all the beautiful photos, Joan. Looks like it's time for me to do this walk again.

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  3. Always sublime views...and not only from Sublime Point!
    SDP has had a 3rd birthday and you're invited to the party!
    Sydney Daily Photo

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  4. Quite breath-taking really ...

    I love the way you are using your blogs at the moment and really enjoy the travelogue method of posting.

    I shall have to follow up on Mark Conner.

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  5. And what a look! Fantastic!

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  6. Thanks for your kind birthday wishes. And yep the Kokoda Track walk is well worth a visit - the cafe has nice home cooked food too! I had a delicious chicken and vegetable soup. With 2 slices of multigrain bread.

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  7. I was lucky enough to spend a few days with friends in Katoomba in 2003, and did some hiking along quite a few of the Blue Mountain trails, I loved it! Such fabulous scenery. And we saw the sunset at the Three Sisters, just gorgeous. I'll be back one day, I hope.

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