Govetts Leap in Blackheath is one of the most popular spots for photographers. It is also probably the easiest to drive and shoot, if you stay on the top walkway area. The reason it is popular is because throughout the year sunrises are very special here as the lookout faces directly east. The deep Grose Gorge in front of you opens out to escarpment layers as the heads lead to Mount Hay and Banks in the distance. There are some fantastic views from lower lookouts towards Govetts (Falls) Leap itself, and also on the walk north towards Pulpit Rock, but I have had many magic moment here and below is a small selection.
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