Earlier this year, Michael & I drove down to the Tweed Valley region of the far Northern NSW to visit friends. We enjoyed a lovely lunch, and were then treated to a "local's" guided tour of the area throughout the Tweed Range, which is part of the Great Dividing Range.
We explored the World Heritage wilderness of the Tweed Region, including quiet streams, the well known Tweed River, and charming little villages.
The Tweed River weaves its way from the coast, through the Northern Rivers region...
I could have sat here all day... The vista was breathtaking and incredibly serene.
As the sun began to set, it was difficult to decide where to stay...
The highest peak in the distance is the distinctive Mount Warning.
As the sun set, the sky was stunning against the lush green grass...
Next time, I plan to shoot sunset over the Tweed River. The entire area is absolutely gorgeous and definitely worth a few more day trips!
How often do you head out and surround yourself with nature??
"I walk, I look, I see, I stop, I photograph." -- Leon Levinstein
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