I wasn’t at all sure what I could find for this weeks Photography Challenge – I don’t think I’ve got many photos of “Descent” in my files, although I did think that if only I was in Melbourne I could go to Parliament Station, and take a photo down the horrendously long and steep escalators…But I wasn’t. So I didn’t. However, Bryan decided a day out was in order, and we went to Hall’s Gap in the Grampians National Park on Sunday, and I found some decent descents along a walking track. The photo above shows the long scar down a steep hillside resulting from extremely heavy rain in the area some years ago – water and rocks descended with great force.
The town was packed with visitors, thanks to Cup Day’s long weekend, but the visitor centre at Brambuk, where we had lunch at the cafe, was quieter.
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