~Morialta Conservation Park~
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|Morialta Conservation Park is located 10 km northeast of the Adelaide GPO in South Australia. The park covers an area of 533 ha and is joined to Black Hill Conservation Park to the north by Fifth Creek and Montacute Road.|
The suburb of Rostrevor adjoins the western boundary of the park while agricultural and quarrying activity occurs along the eastern boundary. The southern boundary is partly defined by the ridge which carries the Norton Summit Road.
Morialta Conservation Park conserves spectacular rugged ridge, gully scenery and three waterfalls. The Morialta Gorge, including the Fourth Creek and its three waterfalls, has been a public reserve since 1915 and continues to delight visitors with its spectacular rugged vistas. The park offers superb bushwalking opportunities, just minutes from the urban fringe.
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Hi Debbie ,
well composed and good light.
thanks and regards
This place brings back memories! Been there many a time when I was younger. Great composition and POV. I love the rugged rocks and the native vegetation and the Yakkas.
Well done and TFS
Cheers Tina :-)
- [2007-05-08 13:59]
Hi Debbie;very interesting a shot,good composition,regards...
dommage de n' avoir que 6 points sur cette photo que j' aime beaucoup, couleurs nettes et beau point de vue
Great picture, love the focus, dof and composition. Well done!