11 May 2012

Lawson Park, Mudgee, N.S.W.

47-year old William Lawson discovered Mudgee region in 1821, according to Mudgee History and was rewarded with 1000 acres of land for having crossed the Blue Mountains.  He later took up 6,000 acres along the Cudgegong River.

stone-walls and fences I love!

autumn colours showing on the liquidambers; on the Cudgegong River



Pied-Cormorant basking in the sunshine





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7 comments:

Jenny Schouten Short said...

Sounds like a Tennessee story. xo Jenny

Liz said...

Beautiful! Those autumn colours are stunning. I miss that part of living down south.

alwaysbackroads said...

Beautiful country! And nice shots of the birds too.

TexWisGirl said...

lovely area. yes, stone walls are so darn cool! wish we had them here in texas. i love your pied cormorants, too.

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Looks wonderful although I did have to think for a moment when you mentioned "autumn".

Horst in Edmonton said...

Love the countryside, great place.

Geke said...

Beautiful autumn colors. Nice pictures!