12th October 2018
Elabana Falls, Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia, is a spectacular location.
It was the first time I had visited and captured Elabana Falls.
Once I’d located the entry to the National Park, I made my way down the valley, walking along the well marked paths.
I chose to wear waders as they are comfortable and safe to walk in.
The final ‘leg-up’ to the waterfalls was at the falls themselves. The ‘leg-up’ represented a challenging set of big boulders to climb.
But the effort was worth it. I spent quite some time sharpening my photographic skills capturing those beautiful waterfalls.
It was so peaceful there. The return walk up the valley was not as difficult as I anticipated it to be!
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