We headed off early from Blackheath in the Blue Mountains, fumbling our way through the heavy fog that often blankets this area and onto Lithgow at the base of the pass. The fog lifted a little replaced by fine misty rain … still we pushed on past the power stations and onto the Mudgee Road. Here we passed through the small hamlet of Cullen Bullen and at Capertee we turned right, heading for Glen Davis. The sealed road wound through a forest of gums and pines before descending steadily to the Capertee Valley floor. Our excitement began to grow as we glimpsed shear sandstone cliffs and monoliths reaching for the sky. Further on the road turned to gravel and the weather cleared to glimpses of sunshine amongst wisps of fog. We stopped many times to capture the beauty we were witnessing, to preserve it for our record and to share with others less fortunate in being able to witness this beauty first hand.


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  • rjpmcmahon
    rjpmcmahonover 4 years ago

    Lovely colors Bev. ♥ :-))

  • Thank you for the comment … we were lucky to have got these shots as the rain closed in and all was lost … its wetted out appetite to return♥

    – Bev Woodman

  • tori yule
    tori yuleover 4 years ago

    beautiful!

  • Thank you Tori … Its great to read your response to this one♥

    – Bev Woodman

  • Anna D'Accione
    Anna D'Accioneover 4 years ago

    Beautiful shot, It looks like quite a spectacular area. All the shots lookd great and beautifully composted. Congratulations!!!

  • Thanks Anna … I wished the weather had been better as there was more just waiting for us … next time♥

    – Bev Woodman

  • Thanks for the favourite♥

    – Bev Woodman

  • Andi Surjanto
    Andi Surjantoover 4 years ago

    Great composition Bev …

  • Hi Andi and thank you for commenting … I do love to get feedback and especially on this beautiful area♥

    – Bev Woodman

  • EarthGipsy
    EarthGipsyover 4 years ago

    I Love it out there. Did you came back via Bylong Valley Way?

  • Thanks Sonia … not this time … the weather closed in and we thought it best to stick to the main highway … next time♥

    – Bev Woodman

  • kyteflyer
    kyteflyerover 4 years ago

    Damn thats stunning. I’m making a list, Bev, of all these places you find, and one day, before I drop off me perch, I’m off to see them all.

  • Thanks Sue … there was another one like this just sticking straight out of the ground but it was covered in cloud … by the time we turned to come back it was completely covered … I’ve been making the most of my time off work … one week to go♥

    – Bev Woodman

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosover 4 years ago
    Beautiful images Bev…beautifully written!! *-)
  • Thanks Deb … its a beautiful area xxx

    – Bev Woodman

  • Michael John
    Michael Johnover 4 years ago

    Nice one Bev.

  • Thanks Michael … this one was a little elusive with cloud and mist so I had to just shoot and hope … the second monolith hid itself completely so I didn’t get that one … next time xxx

    – Bev Woodman

  • John Cocoris
    John Cocorisover 4 years ago

    Fantastic photo Bev.
    Best Wishes – John Cocoris

  • Thanks John for the comment and favourite … you would love this valley! This image would have been much better if the sky and light had been better … I plan to go back♥

    – Bev Woodman

  • Maree  Clarkson
    Maree Clarksonover 4 years ago

    Stunning scene and stunning photo Bev! An artist’s dream! Very similar to our mountains here in South Africa.

  • Thank you Maree. I often compare out scenery to that of South Africa … I guess the two continents did separate many moons ago so I guess there should be some similarity. This is a really beautiful valley♥

    – Bev Woodman

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