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This relatively new train line connecting Epping with Chatswood probably features Sydney Trains' most modern station designs and is quite impressive to behold in person as a beautiful fusion of concrete, metal and glass.

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The Three Sisters

Date Added: 29/12/2012

Katoomba | New South Wales

The Three Sisters photo
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Added by: Rob Potter
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Address: Echo Point Rd
Suburb: Katoomba
Postcode: 2780
State: New South Wales

Good For: Family, Formal, Hdr, Landscape, Panorama
Best time: Midday, Afternoon

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The Three Sisters photo

About this location...

What can you say about the Three Sisters other than it is one of Australia's greatest tourist attractions. This is the second time I have photographed this location as I did go up there early one morning but was not happy with the way the photos turned out. In the morning the sunrises behind the mountains which put the face of the Three Sisters in shadow.

Therefore I decided to come back another day and was much happy with the results of the photos that I was able to get because of the sun being at a different angle and in front of the Three Sisters.

A great location and well worth getting down to.
The Three Sisters photo

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