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The drive is truly beautiful through lovely pagoda rock country but I haven't found a way of capturing the essence of this type of country so you are going to have to take my word for it.

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  1. I was in the area a couple of years ago. I only have one photo of the pagodas.

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  2. Whatever you might think it still looks great!

    Why not link up one of your great travel posts to the Blog Hop I'm hosting on my blog? Look forward to seeing you there!

    Red Nomad OZ
    <a href="http://rednomadoz.blogspot.com>Adventures in Australia</a>

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  3. I know what you mean. The rare photo that does justice to it is . . . well, rare.

    And yet we continue trying.

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  4. Winam, that is a great shot of the pogodas. At Newnes you can get above them but on this particular drive we were at their feet looking up.

    Red I will see what I can do ... a bit flat out at the moment.

    Mary Ann, and it is such fun trying.

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  5. Pagoda rock country, a fine definition to what I see here and I truly like it.

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