Square Perspectives Photo Challenge ~ Australian Landscapes #27
Destination: Granite Lookout, Washpool National Park, New South Wales
The information board at the Granite Picnic Area promised us sweeping views of the Gibraltar Ranges.
We walked for 400 metres on a track shaded by eucaplypt forest,
until we came to a natural granite platform on the edge of the range, 1065 metres above sea level.
The huge slab of granite was perfectly positioned to see over the hidden gully where Coombadjha Creek flowed to the tree covered mountains beyond.
After walking through the forest with its branches arching overhead, the open sky was a welcome change.
We got all we were promised and more.
While our travel plans are on hold I’m joining in every day with Becky’s July Square Perspectives Photo Challenge over at The Life of B. The rules are simple: photos must be square and fit the theme of perspective. My posts represent the definition of perspective as a vista – seeing something over distance or time. Also joining Jo’s Monday Walks.