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Black Mountain Tower from Mount Roger

By johnboy 23 April 2005 8

RandomGit has sent in a first picture of Canberra to kick off the series.

Black Mountain Tower from Mount Roger

No need to limit this series to landscapes but it’s a nice one to start with. The best we get for the year we’ll give a prize to.

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Black Mountain Tower from Mount Roger
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johnboy 7:03 am 04 May 05

You need to email them to

alternatively if you host them on another service (like flickr) you can use the img quicktag to display them in a story here.

Canberra_unsung_hero 12:27 am 04 May 05

I got some recent pics of Canberra i took with my digital camera. How do I get them on the Board ?

RandomGit 10:57 am 26 Apr 05

It is the top of Melba/Fraser/Spence/Flynn indeed. Pick the right side street and the hike to the top is short. There are numerous good solid rocks to park ones tripod on without too many trees obstructing the view.

The sight up there at 7:30 in the morning, with fog clinging to the base line of the surrounding mountains and the light hitting it at an obtuse angle, is magic.

My brother will be visiting with his Powershot G5 in a month, I’ll get a better quality capture of the above shot, along with a bunch of others.

Vader 10:18 am 26 Apr 05

Mt Rogers is in the NW corner of Belconnen – in the Fraser/Spence/Flynn area. You can find it on Map 27 on the UBD in the yellow pages.

10:05 am 26 Apr 05

Can I ask a daft question (just to get my bearings) – where is Mt Roger?

RandomGit 7:21 pm 23 Apr 05

I knew he wouldn’t show the others *shudder*

johnboy 6:06 pm 23 Apr 05

Steev at WoodenSpoon has already done something similar with his TelstraYama series.

(Steev also did some of the photography in our header image.)

mister z 5:57 pm 23 Apr 05

what about a “36 views of black mountain (tower)” series? in either digital photographs or 17th century japanese wodcuts of course.

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