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Thumbnail 1 of 2, Postcard, Cross Cut Saw, Mt Howitt, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia designed and sold by Michael Boniwell.
Thumbnail 2 of 2, Postcard, Cross Cut Saw, Mt Howitt, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia designed and sold by Michael Boniwell.
Postcard, Cross Cut Saw, Mt Howitt, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia designed and sold by Michael Boniwell

Cross Cut Saw, Mt Howitt, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia Postcard

Designed and sold by Michael Boniwell
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$2.74 when you buy any 3+
$2.40 when you buy any 10+
$2.23 when you buy any 50+
$3.43

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Artwork thumbnail, Cross Cut Saw, Mt Howitt, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia by Chockstone
Cross Cut Saw, Mt Howitt, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia
Australian Landscape Photography by Michael Boniwell. All images copyright. This is a tack sharp 120 megapixel image, suitable for enormous enlargements. View Larger on Chockstone Photography The first time I hiked Mt Howitt, some 30 years ago, I was young lad struggling to keep up with my long legged father, but enjoying every minute of it. Having approached from the north across several peaks, and long since run out of water, darkness found us before we could make Vallejo Gantner Hut and its little stream. We built a dry camp, not far from where this shot was taken, and ate anything we had with liquid in it. In the morning, of course, we found the hut only 10 minutes further on! Fast forward to the present day, and here I was again, only this time in winter. Having approached from the south the walk was much easier. I trekked up in the dark ahead of the dawn, and then spent the most amazing day, at the spot pictured here, simply waiting for the sunset to set. Most parents working full time are lucky to have a few minutes to themselves in a week. Here I was with an entire day. I read my book, caught up on sleep, but mostly just lay there admiring the view and my good fortune, all alone on the mountain. From time to time clouds would cover everything reducing visibility to zero, but when the sun sank golden light blazed into my lens and the whole vista opened up right on cue.

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