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Cradle Mountains and Barn Bluff from Belvoir Lookout, Tasmania
Tasmania

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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Uploaded: 24/03/2013
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Tags: australia; tasmania; cradle mountains; barn bluff; belvoir lookout
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