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Blue Mountains

Where the jungle meets the mountains

overcast 19 °C

Why are the Blue Mountains called the Blue Mountains?
The blue haze is created by oil droplets released into the atmosphere as the sun warms the millions of eucalyptus trees.

We were lucky it did not rain a lot that day in the Blue Mountains. We went on a hike through the park with waterfalls and even a small part has a tropical jungle atmosphere, plenty of great trees and greenery. And not to forget we did see the 3 Sisters Rock together with more than 3 birds .°)

Posted by Busy Brabander 09:01 Archived in Australia Tagged mountains blue three sisters

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