Photo Challenge; Layers Of The Earth

How do you welcome someone who has just stumbled upon your images and thoughts? I sometimes don’t know how to say Hi online. It’s much easier in real life; people expect you to say it. But out here, it’s different.

I’m not sure what drew you to my blog, or how long you’ll decide to stay, but whatever it is, I hope my little world of wandering words and shots of fleeting moments.
Alas, here is another contribution of mine to WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge, this time with the theme layered.

I hope you enjoy my photos, for without an audience, a photo is nothing but a play with lights!

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Blue-Mountains-National-Pass-Layered


The National Pass, in New South Wales’ Blue Mountains World Heritage Site, is more than 110 years old; laboriously carved into and chiselled out of the rocks.
But that history pales in comparison to that which is displayed by those cliff faces themselves; layer upon layer of time, frozen and turned into stone.

 

 


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