Gold Coast Skyline

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Comments (4)

TheGuyWho1 on January 18, 2009

Perhaps your right... Perhaps i "went off the hook" about that winning photo, i sort of have a problem with commenting things online. But any way, you asked about Berg? Well here is the address, but i dont kno how to make it so u click and it links you up. So just copy and paste it to your search bar. The second address is kinney lake, witch is on the way to Berg. I also recomend checking it out, fullsize both of them trust me. Especialy the Berg one, not my photo's but tell me wut you think

TheGuyWho1 on January 18, 2009

if you would like to see Mt. Robson, Kinney Lake, and Berg lake on Google Earth. Try to search it as Mt. Robson British Colombia. And if you get nothing try, Jasper Alberta. And from there It's aprox 48 miles away to the north-north-west at a 'google eye alttitude' of 77.52 miles. The exact corrdinats to Berg lake are 53 08'44.63"N by 119 08'47.16"W

TheGuyWho1 on January 18, 2009

Another thing to look at in the Mt. Robson area is Snowbird Pass, here is the address to a great photo taken in the middle of the vally on the way up to the pass.

scml on January 19, 2009

Hello again...had a look at the photos as you recommended and they are really lovely....can see why you are so enthusiastic about the area as it is quite spectacular...Ice blue lakes...rugged mountains with lovely forests clinging up the sides...and any ledge they can hold on all very very nice.....

Thank you for putting up the links.....

All the very best from Australia

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Photo taken in Burleigh Head National Park, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220, Australia

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  • Uploaded on January 16, 2009
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    by scml
    • Camera: Hewlett-Packard Photosmart M407
    • Taken on 2008/01/26 07:49:04
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