Photographer's Note

The Oxley Wild Rivers National Park lies along the eastern edge of the New England plateau in northern NSW. The district features plateau areas with very sudden drops into deep gorges and the "wild" rivers of the national park. The bed rock of the area is very slate which helps contribute to the rugged nature of the gorges. (Thanks to Vincent for correcting me). Fortunately the relatively level plateau area makes it easy to get to the top of the numerous waterfalls but access to the gorges is a different matter and for serious walkers.
On this occasion I happened along just after heavy rain which made for spectacular displays by the Apsley water falls. The photo is just of the top of the falls.
The photo was scanned from a negative and just required a little work on the brightness and contrast.

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