Thank you to Nike for the ‘borrowed’ slogan.
Mike in a Nike t-shirt do’in the Warrumbungles.
After the huge effort I made climbing the steep pathway to Grand High Tops in the Warrrumbungles, I was keen to get some photos to prove it.
That’s Crater Bluff is in the foreground with Tonduron Spire in the background.
Both structures are volcanic plugs formed after millions of years of erosion exposes the solidified vents of old volcanos.
As we took these photos, the dark clouds of an approaching lightning storm are obvious.
We decided that being on a high point with lightning wasn’t the best idea, so didn’t stay long.
Unfortunately much of this park was destroyed by a huge bushfire in 2012.
Photographed with a Canon 400D in Warrumbungle National Park in New South Wales, Australia.
*Volcanoes, Earth’s Geology & Atmosphere, June 2013
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