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Panoramic photo by Fritz Hanke EXPERT Taken 09:35, 20/02/2013 - Views loading...

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Cradle Mountains and Barn Bluff from Belvoir Lookout, Tasmania

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On our way to the Cradle National Park we stopped at the Belvoir Lookout to view over the country. Unfortunately interfered with the view by a high voltage line.

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