Sheer sandstone cliffs standing hundreds of metres above the river, make for spectacular scenery in the Grose Valley, viewed from Baltzer Lookout.
In the foreground, Flannel flowers cling to the cliff’s edge.
Charles Darwin described the Grose Valley as “stupendous … magnificent” when he visited in 1836.
The Grose Valley is a rugged valley in the Blue Mountains. It has been formed by the Grose River, the headwaters of which are in the Mount Victoria area.
Blue Mountains National Park, NSW, Australia.
Canon 400D. as is.
The World As We See It – Mar 2011
103 views at 3/3/11