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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.


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

  2. Whatever you might think it still looks great!

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    Red Nomad OZ
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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.

  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.

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


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