Thursday, 19 June 2014

Granite Skywalk

Here is another example of when a really Good Fence is required. This time we are at the Granite Skywalk at Castle Rock, about 500 meters to the summit. It is in the Porongurup Ranges in the South West of Western Australia, contruction was done using helicopters to access the area. For more information on this fantastic walk click Here

Linking with Good Fences




These 2  views are courtesy of the internet, just to give you the full perspective



13 comments:

  1. Wow, what a awesome walk. Constructing that fence would have been an impressive thing to watch.

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  2. Wow ! Such a wonderful place and gorgeous views !

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  3. Wow, now that place definitely needs a fence.. What a gorgeous view! Lovely photos. Have a happy day!

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  4. WOW! What a wonderful idea to put a fence on the outside of a mountain so tha people can fully experience the height and views. Fantastic shots.

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  5. This is so interesting. I'd love to visit there. Your photos are beautiful.

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  6. oh, my! how awesome! and VERY important fence, indeed! thanks for linking it in!

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  7. Now this is one clever and necessary fence about an extremely cool place. The one photo reminds me of a rabbit on it's back with it's toes up! Funny how you can see things in rock formations as well as clouds!

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  8. Wow, that would be quite the walk!

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  9. a most amazing rock and an ingenious way for us to experience all the awesomeness of it....

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  10. What a unique feature. I've never seen anything close to that before. Thanks for showing it. Yep, a Good Fence is welcome there!

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  11. Wow this is really cool. What an awesome view on that last capture

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  12. This is amazing! You can't tell how really large the rocks are until you see it from above. My idea of 'rock climbing', for sure! - Karen

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  13. That's an amazing skywalk! If I'm ever in Australia, I'll try to find this spot. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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