|Copyright: Liljana Zivkovic (liljanamz) (4)|
|Date Taken: 2006-06-13|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-06-12 9:35|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Camera settings? Hmmm, don't know. But, another shot through the helmet visor, so a bit of a ‘hit-and-miss’ affair. Although, with the rainbow coronas you can't really go wrong - They're just so magical.|
The shot is of the Rysltone Weir. Rylstone, located just 3 hours drive from Sydney on the western edge of the Blue Mountains, is one of those rare, uncrowded places that combines old-fashioned friendliness and genuine charm with good modern food, great places to stay, and breathtaking scenery.
Whether you enjoy bushwalking, fishing, canoeing, photography or birdwatching, would like to explore some history, visit a winery or taste some olive oil, experience a small town agricultural show or just find a great cup of coffee ... the Rylstone Region is too good to miss.
The area sits astride the Great Dividing Range, and is a gateway to the World Heritage Wollemi National Park to the east; the scenic Capertee Valley to the south (featuring the second-largest canyon in the world); and the deeply carved upper valleys of the Goulburn/Hunter river system to the north.
The secret's out!...
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- [2007-06-12 9:40]
I couldn´t see the rainbow but I´m sure is a great view!
Good POV and colors!
Greetings, from Recife-Brazil,
Hi Liljana, the Blue Mountains are a magical range for colour. Well composed and good detail...and welcome to TL, TFS,