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Sunday, December 4, 2011

Walk to Rainbow Falls: Part 2


As stated yesterday, the walk to Rainbow Falls quickly becomes a treacherous scramble across the slippery rocks and billabongs.


Now and again the track passes over large stony open spaces where only the hardiest plants eke out an existence amongst the cracks.


As the walk progresses the sounds of the Clarence River in flood begin to become louder and louder.
Tomorrow: Rainbow Falls in Flood

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8 comments:

  1. Looking good Mark, I'm enjoying going in this bush walk with you all.

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  2. Lovely photos! I especially liked the play of light in the foreground of the second photo - great capture!

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  3. Knee, elbow and forehead protectors would assist moi ..

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  4. Great terrain Mark but far too treacherous for me - I'll enjoy this more rugged stretch from the comfort of my office chair

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  5. Quite a challenging, bushland adventure! Love the wild scenery! Great escape from urban clutter!

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  6. That river sure looks angry. For myself I like gentle walks but am happy to doing something more strenuous from my armchair.

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  7. Hello there,
    Didn't see much sky :-) but love your generously sized photographs. Almost as good as being there.

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  8. Looks like a beautiful yet challenging walk....
    Happy Sunday, Mark!

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