Photographer's Note


Over many millions of years thick layers of clastic sediment (sand, silt, mud, clay) and organic materials were deposited in a deep trough, the Sydney Basin, forming mainly sandstone, along with other less resistant sedimentary rocks such as coal, shale and claystone. Much later they were gently uplifted and slightly warped. Subsequent erosion has dissected the plateau, producing deep valleys and leaving remnants of the plateau. Today these remnants are known as the Blue Mountains.

That's my father over there. I apologise breaking "no family" rule of ToS, but it's essential to have some sort of scale indicator here. And supermodels are never around when they are needed.

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Additional Photos by Kari Tanskanen (ktanska) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4555 W: 62 N: 7940] (45116)
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