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The popular Wattamolla in the Royal National Park is pretty busy in summer, but even in winter it has plenty of admirers.

This tiny waterfall creates a great effect as it falls into the deep pool below.
Despite the strong breeze, I managed to get this shot without too much movement in the framing vegetation. The closer shots had lots of blurry vegetation.

Photographed with a Canon 400D at Wattamolla in the Royal National Park, south of Sydney, Australia.

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102 views as of July 22, 2012.
503 views as of Sept 19, 2012.
803 views as of Jan 5, 2013.

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australia, nsw, new south wales, royal national park, national parks, wattamolla, sydney, waterfall, waterfalls, michael matthews

Country born & bred but now located in Sydney, Australia.

I’m fascinated by the beauty of nature & in particular Australian native flowers & landscapes. I also love colour & anything unusual.
The Blue Mountains are my favourite spot at the moment.

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Comments

  • John Sharp
    John Sharpalmost 2 years ago

    Nice shot. Looks great looking across the solid wall of rock to the falling water.

  • Thanks John. I especially like the pattern as it hits the pool.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Stephen  Nicholson
    Stephen Nicho...almost 2 years ago

    Great POV Michael, interesting falls

  • Thanks Stephen.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Marilyn Harris
    Marilyn Harrisalmost 2 years ago

    Fabulous work Michael! It’s been quite a while since I was at the Royal NP – Must get back there one day! :o)

  • Thanks Marilyn & thanks for the fave. The cool breeze was biting at times but at least on a quiet day I didn’t have to move the people out of the shot.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyeralmost 2 years ago

    I thought this might be yours as it popped up on my screen … great shot Michael !
    The pool below looks very inviting.

  • Thanks Trish. I’m readable ! There is a ‘No Diving’ sign but lots of people can’t read. Thanks for the fave.

    – Michael Matthews

  • peter  jackson
    peter jacksonalmost 2 years ago

    Great shot Michael love to se this spot.

  • Thanks Pete. The sandstone there is almost as good as the mountains. Not as much of it though.

    – Michael Matthews

  • gail woodbury
    gail woodburyalmost 2 years ago

    Looks like a great place to explore Michael ..beautifully captured – Love this xx

  • I knew you’d like this one Gail. Thank you & thanks a lot for the fave.

    – Michael Matthews

  • bazcelt
    bazceltalmost 2 years ago

    very nice Michael.

  • Thanks a lot Baz & thanks for favouriting this one.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Dalealmost 2 years ago

    Stunning shot Michael! I love the colours, those two fine falls, and the framing … top marks!

  • Thanks for the wonderful compliment & fave Rosalie. It’s nice to be over those winter bugs & out & about.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Karen Willshaw
    Karen Willshawalmost 2 years ago

    Great shot of a beautiful area.

  • Thanks a lot Karen.

    – Michael Matthews

  • Trudi's Images
    Trudi's Imagesalmost 2 years ago

    beautiful Michael love the colours

  • Glad you like it Trudi. Thank you & thanks for the fave.

    – Michael Matthews

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