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Mountain Outlook
Tasmania
One of the many majestic views from the higher parts of the Zig Zag Track on Mount Wellington. Many small alpine plants can be found on the walk from the top of the mountain down to the foothills. The views stretch far beyond the city of Hobart both to the west and to the south.
Copyright: John Hutchison
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Uploaded: 27/07/2012
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