Tuesday, 1 March 2011

My favourite part of town

Behind Horse Shoe Falls, Hazelbrook
I am participating in the City Daily Photo theme day on my favourite part of town.  I had to think what I like most, the big blue mountain views with mist in the valleys, the places where the wild flowers grow or where the water falls by ferns.  Oh I love them all.   Sadly I am not getting out among it much at present so not posting regularly on this blog.

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19 comments:

  1. Joan that looks such a delightful spot. I hope you can get out more in March.

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  2. It's such a great place and terrific photo!

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  3. It's beautiful. I can understand why you would pick at as your favourite spot.
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  4. What a gorgeous and refreshing scene! Beautiful shot.

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  5. Haven't explored the area around Hazelbrook much, so I'm glad you posted this photo.

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  6. Beautiful shot of a gorgeous place. Love the BLue Mountains.

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  7. looks a special place - don't tell anyone.

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  8. I LOVE this shot and this place! It could easily be my favourite too. Just beautiful!

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  9. Wow, how beautiful! I'm glad this is a protected place. Thanks for sharing it!

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  10. Very nice spot I can see why you like it. Mind you I love wildflowers too.
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  11. But think how much more you will appreciate it when you have a little break from it.

    It's a beautiful photo.
    Do you have lyrebirds in NSW?
    I don't really know much about lyrebirds - except that they hang out in the Dandenong Mountains.

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  12. Beautiful I'm sure that this is a great place to stay, the surroundings are looks so peaceful.

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  13. Letty, yes there are a lot of lyrebirds in the mountains. When I am walking I hear them call and once or twice have come across the mail dancing with his tail feathers up but mostly I hear them scratching among the leaf litter and scurrying away as I approach so in general have not been successful with getting a good shot.

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  14. I'm appreciate your writing style.Please keep on working hard.^^

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  15. Love your photos! Beautiful work. New follower - looking forward to seeing more of your photos :)

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  16. Feels so peaceful (and wet LOL). I missed that beautiful spot when we visited 5 years ago. Thank you for sharing Joan. Cheers' Nomads Paradise

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  17. We live in a wonderful country; you live in a particularly beautiful part. Such a calming photo... I can almost feel the cool spray of the waterfall.

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