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Mt Warning

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Panoramic view north from the summit of Mount Warning towards border ranges. Panoramic view north from the side of Mount Warning towards border ranges. View north from the side of Mount Warning towards border ranges. The foot track to the summit of Mount Warning, not easy walking. View east from the side of Mount Warning towards the Pacific Ocean and the town of Byron Bay. Early morning on the foot track to the summit of Mount Warning. Panoramic view north from the side of Mount Warning towards border ranges. Looking west over the town of Murwillumbah, the Tweed River and Mt Warning in the clouds. Gardens and pond at Mavis’s Kitchen with Mount Warning looking over. Panoramic view north east over the Tweed River from the side of Mount Warning. The birthplace of Korrumbyn Creek on the side of Mount Warning. Mount Warning from the east lit by the early morning side light. Panoramic view west from the summit of Mount Warning. Roots of a fallen tree showing the thinness of the regolith and very little penetration into the rocky core of Mount Warning. Looking west over the town of Murwillumbah towards Mt Warning in the clouds. Mt Warning appears from the clouds beyond the lush Tweed valley. Panoramic view east and south from the summit of Mount Warning, the Pacific Ocean in the distance on the left of frame. Mavis’s Kitchen and Restaurant against the backdrop of Mount Warning. Mount Warning, clearly visible from sea at the easternmost point of continental Australia, in the early morning light. The foot track to the summit of Mount Warning, goes up, then up, then up further. Morning sun lights the tree and vine cover over the narrow road to the parking lot at the base of Mt Warning. The rocky bluff of Mount Warning seen from the walking track to the summit. The foot track to the summit of Mount Warning, goes up, then up, then up further. Mount Warning, 1135 metres above sea level, stands out like a beacon in the morning light. The rainforest thins out, the regolith thins out and the basalt boulders show through towards the summit of Mount Warning. Textures and colors of an old fence. Water lilies and pond at Mavis’s Kitchen. Trees reflected in the hardly flowing Korrumbyn Creek. Moss growing on a fallen tree. Looking up the trees at the light in the rainforest.

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