Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Blue Mountains

The first two stages of the Wentworth Falls (the third waterfall is hidden behind the trees at the bottom).

The path crosses the stream at the top, from left to right, then hugs the cliff at the right while it doubles back and drops down. It crosses the stream again across those rocks between the first and second stages of waterfall.

We could build landscape at the same scale in New Zealand but no-one gives us the same sort of special-effect budget. Harummph.

No orbs.

11 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Harumph, indeed.

Nice pic!
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fish said...

Needs more auto-weta.

Smut Clyde said...

If you zoom in enough you can see that some of the tiny dots on the path are people.

In fact the whole thing is constrcted out of varnished weetbix so no wonder it erodes so spectacularly.

Jennifer said...

If you zoom in enough you can see that some of the tiny dots on the path are people.

When do we get to see touristy photos of Smut Clyde??

mikey said...

Forget Wetas, it's the Wombats you gotta worry about!

Smut Clyde said...

When do we get to see touristy photos of Smut Clyde??

Here you go.

Jennifer said...

Nice verdigris.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Watch out for bunyips, Swagman Smut!

mikey said...

Damn, that is one hard, cold woman. Her stony gaze is quite off-putting, and her rigid worldview is set in stone..

Another Kiwi said...

Of course you don't have to go furrynerland to see statues of women
onna rock

ckc (not kc) said...

...where did they hide the coal carrier?