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Heading to Malabar Hill on Lord Howe Island
Pacific Ocean Islands

View from the path leading to Malabar Hill Lookout, not far from the site where an Australian Air Force Catalina flying boat crashed into Malabar Ridge on the 28th. September, 1948, killing 7.

The top of the hill is obviously a favorite spot for the local cattle as evident by the many cowpats. I have Christened it 'Cowpat Hill'

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Uploaded: 31/05/2011
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