Taken at Otway fly at about 35m above ground level.
The Otway fly is a 600 metre long elevated tree top walk through the rainforest.
The 600 metre long steel section is divided into lightweight trusses ranging from 24 metres to 40 metres which will in turn be supported by 12 towers.
The average height is over 25 metres with the highest point being the viewing platform of the spiral tower at an exhilarating height of 45 metres.
It is the longest and highest walk of its kind in the world. Taken from www.otwayfly.com.
This photo was taken with the stairs to the viewing point behind me. The right track leads you down back to the entrance, the left one is a beam with an overhang (supported in the middle by a tower which you can see between the trees) and a kind of viewing point at the end of the overhang.
Not really the Great Ocean Road but it's the closest I could get.
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Claudine (0) 2007-01-19 17:45
We have similar concept here but there too but there are no metallic structures in the trees it is a bit different. I would not go there has I would have vertigo :) I like this POV and perspective. Nice DOF and exposure too. Thanks,
- Copyright: Harko Pilot (TravelerNL) (3011)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-10-14
- Categories: Nature, Architecture
- Camera: Sony Alfa DSLR A100, SONY 3/5-5.6/18-70
- Exposure: f/8, 1/60 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Travelogue: Australia - October 2006
- Date Submitted: 2007-01-19 12:04