There was no other way of taking this photo, without these wires being in it. So try to imagine the wires are not there and you will see a magnificent view of The Stirling Ranges
Wires does not matter, David. It is very nice view.
Friendly regards, Roman
The view is great David. Greetings Berend
Could you not take a step forward David? I suppose not. Anyway, the landscape is beautiful!
Greetings from Ria
we've all got a good imagination David...;-) is it electricity or radio wires?
Geerten. Its neither radio or electricity. There a very tall tower here and those wires hold in in place and stop it from falling over. Many thanks for your kind words. I must say The Stirling Ranges do look good from western end
Ria. If I took a one step forward, I would step off the Lookoutplatform and fall about 20 feet down and probully brake many of my old bones!!!! :-) As I said it was impossible to get this shot without thw wires.*Read first comment dear Ria
Berend many thanks dear friend. These mountains have speacial meaning to you and Geerten :-)
Roman thankyou dear friend. The Stirling Ranges are about 70 miles in length and at the mopment with this photo we are look east from the western end near **Cranbrook
Thankyou much to you all. Best Regards From, Dvaid
Hello, David! Beautiful landscape! I like. The best wishes, Igor
Privet Igor. We had to go to Cranbrook to pay some land rates and thought it would be a good idea to go for a drive to Sukeys Hill at the same time, as many time we have driven past here on our way to The Stirling Ranges. It really was nice to be here. So quiet Igor, just us, the birds and flowers and maybe a Wedgetailed Eagle or two flying high above.I have uploaded a few more since you last looked from same area etc.Another that shows where local gloopy young people who have heaps of money do burnouts with their cars and wear tyres out. But apart from that, it was beautiful here.Thanks for your visit and comments dear Igor.:-)
Warm greetings from Russia. Valentine
Many thanks Valentine
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