14 June 2013

The view from Mount Coree

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Tara’s been climbing mountains again (with, one imagines, all the foul language that entails).

You can read the full details of the climb on her blog.

She sent them in with this note:

Their timeliness might have run out, but thought you might be interested in these two panos from Mt Coree on the long weekend.

Walked the 18km up and back with John Evans (the car isn’t ours!) – the cloud and fog just cleared for us as we reached the summit. Magical.

If you want to link to the bigger pictures they are:



She’s also gagging to crack 700 followers on Twitter. So go on if that’s your kind of thing.

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in_the_taratory8:22 am 15 Jun 13

Yes, this was a walk (not a drive) to Mt Coree with THE John Evans (who mercifully walked at a moderately slow pace for us mere mortals). (See further evidence and links to John’s own post on my blog – linked above.)
Agree ben_dover – personally I don’t think the pano is necessarily as good as the other individual pics I took but I do love how the pano shows the fog almost opening like a curtain for us, as well as the sweeping views.

Walked the 18km up and back with John Evans

THE John Evans I presume…?
The legendary bushwalker of Canberra, with the nickname “Wombat” for his swift movement among the most densest of bushes and fallen trees.

Yeah, I think I’ve spotted him in the past, but only for a fleeting moment.
He is that fast.

climbing ?? isn’t that a 4×4 in the first picture?

Did you even read the text?

Nice shots. The lower one, if you cropped or just stitched the left hand images to where the yellowish granite drops off down out of sight, or a little further right, would make a fine photo on its own. (my 2c)

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