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three sisters at sunset 1f.jpg

three sisters at sunset 1f.jpg

Of course if you walk forward to the far railing, as featured in the last image, and peer over the
edge, you get to see the "Three Sisters", the most famous landform in the Blue Mountains. This must
be about the ten millionth image ever to have been shot of these rock formations but I like to think
it might just be a teensy bit different from all of those that went before .. maybe. In any event
Blue Mountains' photographers sort of feel that they should take at least ONE new picture of the
sisters every year for form's sake. :o) Sort of like saluting the flag, I suppose. :o)

Nikon D80 ,Sigma 18-125mm F3.8-5.6 DC OS HSM
1/60s f/13.0 at 18.0mm iso200 full exif

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Milan Vogrin31-Mar-2012 20:56
Very nice!
burtmann25-Mar-2012 18:49
Fantastic POV David. v
Brian Samuel25-Mar-2012 17:46
It must be written somewhere in law, no matter how often we visit places that are so iconic, or so picturesque we must take a photo. This one looks great!
bill friedlander25-Mar-2012 15:01
A beautiful capture David! A great composition and sharp throughout. The light is gorgeous. V
Stephanie25-Mar-2012 11:09
Awesome compo David!!! This is really beautiful! V
rousselziak25-Mar-2012 08:13
Beautiful view ! -V-
LyleT25-Mar-2012 06:43
Yes beautifully composed. Quite handy having those folk in the corner. V