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Black Mountain


Knowing I was running out of shots to keep the blog going I decided to do a quick photo shoot down by the lake before continuing my day's work.

This shows Black Mountain and Black Mountain tower. When I lived in Canberra we watched that tower go up bit by bit over many months.  I think the end result is quite attractive and a landmark today.

They were having the same nasty cold weather as we've been having lately.

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  1. Could really been around here.
    The tower. The mountains. The weather.

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  2. The weather right now is plain wierd. I like the shape of the tower, too. It is so very dominating really. Canberra is well-located in that dish of a valley.

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  3. Love the tower - Canberra is an unsung gem in many ways!! Too bad about the politicians and public servants ...

    I've got a new Royal for you - just have to remember to email it!!

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  4. Nice shapes. You have reminded me of our last visit there years ago now. But will be there next year.

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