View from Picnic Point lookout

Taken from the lookout near Picnic Point, Toowoomba.

This interesting flat topped hill begged to be photographed, but I couldn't help but focussing on the foreground twigs just to be different ;)

View all photos taken: Sunday, 15th October 2006, This photo: 1:54pm

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Comments

  • Margot- said:
    Why is it flat, David? Is it natural or man-made?
  • David de Groot said:
    Quite natural Margot, it's probably the remains of a volcanic core that's been weathered down over the millenia. We have a lot of that sort of thing out here, as none of our ex-volcanos have been active for several million years.
  • bekahpaige said:
    yay! Toowomba! I've been here! :) Great area. I stayed w/ a farm family near here when I was studying abroad
  • David de Groot said:
    That would have been neat :)
  • Chris Blomquist said:
    Ha ha, I live just near here. I go for a walk past this view almost every day! Good use of the tree branches - you did well to find something to use in the frame!
  • David de Groot said:
    I have a bit of a soft spot for Toowoomba. I lived there for 18 months or so working at the TAFE college. Used to live over behind the Lone Star.
  • M-u-z said:
    It's called Tabletop Mountain and the small rocky outcrop (visible behind the end of the lower branch) is called Camel's Hump.
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks :)