I’ve decided to post a Photo of the Week each Monday.
Perhaps I should have started doing this in October, so let me know if you’d like me to go back and retrospectively post other images worthy of the title.
With all the many, many photos Dean and I took during our week at Katoomba, it was really hard to sift through them and decide on one that deserve the title of Photo of the Week.
I decided I needed to select one that I’ve not already shared, such as the beautiful image of a bee that Dean photographed. (I even wrote a haiku for the little bee, you can read it here.)
Then there was the image of The Three Sisters that I took, as well as the amazing images captured in the Jenolan Caves. Yes, we took so many wonderful images, all of which you’ve already seen, so I’ve selected the following.
The photo was taken (a little over a week ago) on January 23, 2015 when I was struggling to climb out of the valley and walk up the Furber Steps. I’d, once again, asked Dean to stop so I could catch my breath. We were at the Queen Victoria Look Out where you can view both The Three Sisters and Katoomba Falls.
The clouds are brilliant and stark against the blue sky and in the foreground you can see the remnants of trees along the cliff top that were devastated by the bush fire that tore through in 2013.
The photo captures what I was looking at perfectly.