Grand Canyon, Blue Mountains

August 09, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

The Blue Mountains version of the Grand Canyon eschews the big views and wide vistas. Dropping into a narrow track, it follows a stream though a narrow track at the base of the cliffs. It's a still and quiet place, and truly magical to be there. It must have taken millennia for the water erosion to create the canyon, and the place feels like it: big ferns and ancient trees, like a mini Fangorn forest tucked away in this corner of the Blueys.

Click on any image below to see more photographs from the Grand Canyon.

A stream crossing at the Grand Canyon. Blue Mountains, AustraliaStream CrossingA stream crossing at the Grand Canyon. Blue Mountains, Australia

 

Storm debris at the Grand CanyonStorm debris at the Grand CanyonStorm debris at the Grand Canyon. Blue Mountains, Australia.

Fangorn Forest ImpersonationFangorn Forest ImpersonationThe path winds through ancient trees, making the Grand Canyon feel like Fangorn Forest. Blue Mountains, Australia.

 


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