What a gorgeous Picture!
A big hug! Füsun
Super foto ! L 10 + F Pozdrawiam z Polski :)
If you see this posting, Jim Evans, you will be pleased to know that I have finally visited Sue Allen, albeit impromptu and a surprise, finding her at home with her daughters. We had a delightful 40 minutes together, and found much in common beside our interest in landscape photography. It wasn't hard to locate her, for her postings of images of her home property was all the direction I needed. And if you ever decide to set sail for the antipodes, you will be made very welcome by both of us... and we can show you some trains and let you loose in several harbours!
Climbing approach to Baiyambora Gorge
Yes, correct. I also wanted to ask you: did you ever get to Kingaham gorge? I was thinking of climbing it (or descending the gorge). I have no information on the approach and maybe you can help?
You can make it Ian, it's just a short steep hike. Ropes are not required.
This climb had some difficult section in the middle and lots of loose rock at the top, followed by a scary and precarious traverse. Challenging and different from alpine climbing. I don't think it will see a repeat. The crack on the left was observed for a good hour. Fascinating but the bottom looks way above our climbing abilities. It could be done with a rope installed from above first, but a ground up is definitely extreme.
How magnificent is that!!
Awesome! Love it.