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42. Rocky Creeks


The babble of a rocky creek, soft music to the ears and a soothing sight for the eyes.

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  1. What a peaceful scene ... so lovely & green.

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    1. Thanks Dianne, this is a Abercrombie Caves part of the same network of caves as the more famous Jenolan Caves.

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  2. I love them and they are fun to photograph. This one is a beauty.

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    1. I can tell from the photos of your bush walks that you enjoy this type of place.

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    1. Mine too. Don't seem to get out to them often enough these days.

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