The majestic view from Grand High Tops in the Warrumbungle National Park near Coonabarabran in north western New South Wales, Australia.
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.
I have a similar shot from this spot in my gallery but this one shows how my photography has improved over the years (I hope).
As I reached Grand High Tops, a wedge tailed eagle hovered over us, giving the place a sense of grandeur.
After admiring the scenery here for about 20 minutes a storm developed with lightning which made it a bit dangerous to stay on a high spot.
I would have taken heaps more photos otherwise.
Photographed with a Canon 400D.
1958 views as of Aug 6, 2016.
This photo was taken before the severe bushfires a couple of years ago. Please research current conditions before visiting to save disappointment.
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