• Photo of the Three Sisters at sunrise with Jamison Valley filled with early morning mist. The tip of Mt Solitary can be seen to the right. Katoomba, Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.

    Paul's photos reflect the nature of the Australian bush from the outback to the coast. He lives in the beautiful Blue Mountains of NSW Australia.
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    BMP101 Morning Mist, Mt Solitary & Three Sisters, Jamison Valley
    1000,462
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba, Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    BMP102 Sea of Mist, The Three Sisters & Mt Solitary
    1000,494
  • The Grose Valley has been formed by the Grose River, the headwaters of which are in the Mount Victoria area. It contains some of the most beautiful and dramatic gorge and canyon landscapes of the entire Sydney basin sandstone region. It is also one of the most accessible wilderness areas for bushwalking or public observation from its escarpment margins.
    BMP103 Grose Valley at Sunrise
    1800,632

  • Mt. Hay, Grose Valley, Blue Mountains World Heritage Area New South Wales Australia
    At Dawn

    BMP104 Dawn, Mt. Hay
    1000,480
  • BMP105 Grass Trees in Flower
    1800,861
  • Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area.
    BMP106 The Grand Canyon, Grose valley
    1800,918
  • Katoomba Falls Reserve.
    Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area
    BMP107 Katoomba Cascades
    1800,795
  • The Grose Valley is a rugged valley in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. It has been formed by the Grose River, the headwaters of which are in the Mount Victoria area. The valley is located between the Great Western Highway and Bells Line of Road, the two major routes across the Blue Mountains. The majority of the valley falls within the Blue Mountains National Park.

     

    BMP108 Govetts Leap
    1000,510
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    BMP109 Three Sisters & Mt. Solitary at Sunset
    1800,944
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    BMP110 Sunrise, Three Sisters & Mt. Solitary
    1800,950
  • BMP111 Blue Mountains Ash at Sunrise
    1000,512
  • The Jamison Valley comprising of sandstone escarpments, valleys and waterfalls, stretches north-south from just outside of South Katoomba to Coxs River. From west to east, it stretches from Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, making it approximately 10 kilometres. Like the entire Sydney and Blue Mountains region, the valley is a sandstone area, characterised by steep sandstone cliffs.
    BMP112 Mt Solitary, Jamison Valley
    1800,821
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    BMP113 The Three Sisters & Mt Solitary at Sunset
    1800,965
  • BMP114 Scribbly Gums,[Eucalyptus sclerophylla] & Wattle
    1000,523
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia. Bushfire December 2019.
    BMP115 Bushfire, Three Sisters & Jamison Valley
    1800,933
  • BMP116 Rainbows, The Three Sisters & Mt Solitary
    1800,1013
  • BMP117 Terrace Falls, Hazelbrook
    1800,913
  • Jamison Valley filled with early morning mist. Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.

    Comprising of sandstone escarpments, valleys and waterfalls, stretches north-south from just outside of South Katoomba to Coxs River. From west to east, it stretches from Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, making it approximately 10 kilometres. Like the entire Sydney and Blue Mountains region, the valley is a sandstone area, characterised by steep sandstone cliffs.

    BMP118 The Three Sisters & Mt Solitary at Sunrise
    1000,351
  • BMP119 Jamison Valley, Blue Mountains
    1000,358
  • The Grose Valley is a rugged valley in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. It has been formed by the Grose River, the headwaters of which are in the Mount Victoria area. The valley is located between the Great Western Highway and Bells Line of Road, the two major routes across the Blue Mountains. The majority of the valley falls within the Blue Mountains National Park.

     

    BMP120 Blue Gum Forest, Grose Valley
    1800,874
  • Eucalyptus Oreades, Blue Mountains Ash. Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.
    The Jamison Valley comprising of sandstone escarpments, valleys and waterfalls, stretches north-south from just outside of South Katoomba to Coxs River. From west to east, it stretches from Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, making it approximately 10 kilometres. Like the entire Sydney and Blue Mountains region, the valley is a sandstone area, characterised by steep sandstone cliffs.

    BMP121 Blue Mountains Ash
    1800,949
  • The Grose Valley is a rugged valley in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. It has been formed by the Grose River, the headwaters of which are in the Mount Victoria area. The valley is located between the Great Western Highway and Bells Line of Road, the two major routes across the Blue Mountains. The majority of the valley falls within the Blue Mountains National Park.

     

    BMP122 Early Morning, Govetts Leap, Blackheath
    1800,816
  • BMP123 Three Sisters & Mt Solitary in the Jamison Valley
    1000,349
  • The Grose Valley is a rugged valley in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. It has been formed by the Grose River, the headwaters of which are in the Mount Victoria area. The valley is located between the Great Western Highway and Bells Line of Road, the two major routes across the Blue Mountains. The majority of the valley falls within the Blue Mountains National Park.

     

    BMP124 Sunrise, Govetts Leap, Blackheath
    1800,1013
  • Martins Lookout, Springwood, Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales, Australia
    BMP125 Martins Lookout, Springwood
    1000,351
  • Valley of the Waters, Jamison Valley Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    The valley comprising of sandstone escarpments, valleys and waterfalls, stretches north-south from just outside of South Katoomba to Coxs River. From west to east, it stretches from Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, making it approximately 10 kilometres. Like the entire Sydney and Blue Mountains region, the valley is a sandstone area, characterised by steep sandstone cliffs.

    BMP126 Sylvia Falls, Valley of the Waters
    1800,1021
  • The event of the Phantom Falls is caused by air in the Jamison Valley being warmed by the sun’s rays and rising to meet the colder air in the Megalong Valley. The resulting mist creates a ‘waterfall’ effect which falls slowly and dramatically over the cliff into the Jamison Valley.
    BMP127 Phantom Falls, Narrow Neck
    1000,494
  • Grose Valley viewed from Govetts Leap, Blackheath.
    Blue Mountains World Heritage Area New South Wales Australia
    BMP128 Govetts Leap
    1800,928
  • Megalong Valley with Boars Head Rock & Narrow neck on left of the picture.

    The Megalong Valley is part of the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. It is located west of Katoomba. On its eastern side, the valley is separated from the Jamison Valley by Narrow Neck Plateau. Wikipedia

    BMP129 Megalong Valley with Boars Head Rock & Narrow Neck on left.
    1000,461
  • BMP130 Three Sisters & Mt. Solitary at Sunrise
    1800,968
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