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The Lookout at Leura :)

Another Blue Mountain town  west of Sydney ... What can I say about Leura ... it's currently springtime when I took this picture ... although they are still early in their blooming phase and the flower festival starts on the first week of October, Leura Mall should I say is getting colourful by the minute. You should really experience the full atmosphere here if ever your came down under :)  -

Anyhow - I came across this little lookout - cost me $2.00 but no regrets ... the view is majestic and I hope I have captured the image to the best of my ability just for your viewing pleasure ... if you want to know more about Leura - the link is down below for you to check out ...,_New_South_Wales

Copyright: Gil Abadines
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 02/10/2014
上传: 02/10/2014
更新: 06/01/2019


Tags: mountains; nature; plants; leura; nsw; blue mountains; australia; bush
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