Today I visited the Muntapa Tunnel.. Queensland’s longest straight railway tunnel (287m). It is also quite high being 640m above sea level. Now that trains don’t roar through it the tunnel is a seasonal home to a colony of bent winged bats… who were quite active this morning. And given that yesterday was a record high temperature in QLD, the cool, dark tunnel, was a welcome relief. There’s a walking trail to get to the tunnel and you can walk from one end to the other.. although I wasn’t brave enough to tackle the bats and the dark on my own.
3 shot (hand-held) HDR, Nikon D90, 18-200mm lens, processed in Photomatix Pro, shot at… well…. near Cooyar (but more accurately "the middle of NOWHERE), in Queensland Australia.
See Also – Light at the End