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After yesterday's photo taken from a cliff top today I take you down into the valley to a deep dark pool at the base of a waterfall. You can see the waterfall(without much water) in the WS.

And in answer to Gert about whether there are many poisonous snakes about. Yes - there are plenty of poisonous snakes across most of Australia but they are mostly shy and don't get seen by most Australians, and especially the majority who live in large cities. Because of where I have lived and my walking and travel habits I have seen many snakes and never been bitten. That said about 3,000 people do get bitten every year with about 500 needing to go to hospital and, on average, there are 2 deaths per year. I hope that doesn't put any of you off visiting Australia once our borders reopen. Just watch where you step!
For a photo of one of my snake meetings go to this photo:
https://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Oceania/Australia/East/New_South_Wales/Mungo_National_Park/photo1579992.htm

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