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A most interesting view, Jacques. What a diversity of shapes and forms. YOu have me curious to knw what all the construction work is about.

Warm regards from Australia,


Thanks Jarek, both your appreciative comment and for your commitment to keeping Panoramio alive.

Very beautiful photo! LIKE.

Dear friends, you know they want to close Panoramio? Panoramio founders Joaquín , Jose and Eduardo opened a petition on Change.org. Please, sign it . This is the link. It requires 10,000 signatures. If you don`t sign we shall lose your beautiful photos.

Keep Panoramio alive

Beautiful image, David! Congratulations.

Excellent image, David.

So, I have followed in the footsteps of Ebi and Berend! I was surprised that the granite outcrops here, simply because such outcrops usually are revealed by a change in the lineament and shape of the coast, and there is so noticeable change here.

Behind this foredune lie line after line of old dunes and swales that reveal an emerging coast.

Thank you, Ebi and Berend, for your visits and encouragement.


Magnifica scena fotografica, LIKE. Ciao, Luca.




Greetings, Josef.

beautiful picture, very beautiful photo LIKE

Hi Patrick,

The falls are big and different access routes give you access to different parts of the Falls. The Falls are in a Scenic Reserve over which Old Yabba Station has a lease. Old Yabba owners do not want access to be made through their property. However it is possible to access the Falls through National Park land by using Fishermans Spur which you will find on Google Earth. The spur is downstream of the Gates of Yabba which is the north-south section below the Falls. It is a full day return hike down the Spur to the Falls and back up the spur to Bella Creek Road.



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