Sunset at Martins Lookout, at the eastern edge of the Blue Mountains National Park, near the township of Springwood in NSW. This is the view above Glenbrook Creek, which is at the bottom of the main valley 190m below this point.
The Blue Mountains were only recently added to the World Heritage List (see http://www.deh.gov.au/heritage/worldheritage/sites/blue/), and the process wasn't without controversy. Prior to WH listing, many developers had hoped that eastern portions of the park (such as this) would be released for suburban development.
Taken with a Leica M6TTL + Leica 16mm fisheye lens; Kodak Supra 200 film; 1/60th at f8; 8x shots using a custom, home-built VR-mount; src imgs remapped by PTools, stitched by hand in Photoshop CS, blended by XBlend
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