Last day! I will no longer be posting to this Blog after today. You can continue to follow me on my new Blog LEE CLELAND
One more day before I stop posting to this Blog, so I hope all my friends and followers will jump across to my new Blog site LEE CLELAND and continue to follow me there.
I’ve journeyed down south more to Sydney and now west into the Blue Mountains bordering, or as the early settlers found, containing the Sydney Basin. It took years before a route was found across them, which is still the main route over the mountains to the Western Plains beyond.
I was in Katoomba for the second Masterclass of the year with Len Metcalf as instructor and nine other photographers keen to improve their knowledge and skills.
This Blog will be finishing at the end of April. This is a link to my new one and I would love it if all my friends and followers would come and continue to follow me there.
Finch Hatton showground is the closest caravan site to Eumundi as the winding road up the steep hill is not suitable for long vehicles. These are a few images taken while walking Flair and exploring around the showground.
Records were broken as we had 200mm or 8inches of rain in one day – most of it (like 175mm) in 2 hours! I went down the next morning early to Obi Obi Creek to see what had changed. The flood waters had gone down dramatically, by about 3-4 metres but even so the creek was moving fast and much higher than I have seen it before, though I’ve only lived here for 18 months. The first shot is taken before the flood and the others after.