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Monday, 2 April 2012

Waterfall Gully #1 .....




Located on the eastern fringe of our city
is a picturesque area known as Waterfall Gully
From here the more adventurous can climb the 4Km steep track
which leads through native bushland up to Clevland Wildlife Park

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This dry stone bridge is near the start of the track
which forms part of the "Heysen Walking Trail"



 



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25 comments:

Carole M. said...

so a picturesque spot Dianne; you get to explore some fabulous places!

missing moments said...

What a beautiful place.

Arija said...

Lovely shots Dianne. I haven't been there for yonks. My son, when he was about 10, used to do the return trip from our house on the ridge opposite Mt.Lofty house to Waterfall Gully and back in 45 mins. It would probably take me longer than that to do it one way just from Cleland.

Cezar and Léia said...

I love those stones, so beautiful shapes and texture!Wonderful images!
Léia

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful captures, Dianne! I love the stone arch and what a lovely place! The textures you've captured are really terrific! Hope your week is going well!

Sylvia

Gary said...

Beautiful shots!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Andrew said...

A wonderful looking place... lovely images.

mick said...

Great photos. I like the perspective given by the arch of the bridge.

Stephanie said...

It looks like a nice serene spot to visit.

Valerie said...

Gorgeous captures Dianne - the second one is a stunner! Love the angles, composition and textures. Have a great week.

just tututiny said...

What a cool blog! I love it!
I recently did a review on a pretty Lulu’s dress and would love it if you can stop by and check it out, thanks so much!
JustTututiny

AL said...

Great spot...I'm guessing it does flow with water at times? It has a rather English feel to it.

Emille said...

Ah what a lovely shady spot! Perfect, to take a pause and eat lunch on a hot day:)

Jack said...

What a lovely spot, Dianne. I am up for a good walk. Want to go with me?

NixBlog said...

Lovely captures of this wonderful place, Dianne.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a gorgeous looking spot Dianne, I think I might be tempted to have an attempt at the 4km track. Beautifully shown here.

t said...

Nice pics!

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diane b said...

Lovely bridge and scene. The Heysen Trail sounds interesting.

Nadege, said...

I haven't been there for ages. Lovely images, I love the composition on the second shot.

VP said...

The stones of the bridge aren't much different from the ones below...

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Hi Dianne, I am calling by as another Our World Tuesday participant, it looks so beautiful and Springlike although I know it is Autumn in your part of the world now.

Anna said...

These pictures are gorgeous! I would love to live near somewhere with such natural beauty - although now Ive written that I suppose I should try to find some beauty in nature regardless of waterfalls or parks :)
Anna xo
http://www.lifesshinyprettythings.blogspot.com/

Latane Barton said...

Enchanting photos... I can just see the little fairies flitting about. I think I would visit this place really often if I had a chance.

Bush and Beach said...

This stone bridge is lovely; it has a very old feel look about it. Great pictures!

Joan Elizabeth said...

I love a walk in the bush ... especially when I can do it in my armchair ... and am always keen on a waterfall not matter how humble.

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