I learnt that the high country is a nebulous term, but not one which encompasses Jindabyne. I loved Jindabyne, in fact it would be a great place to retire to a log cabin with a Malamute, but that is besides the point. I was there for the Sri Chinmoy Multi-Sport Classic. Some of the photos in the race gallery were taken by me.
I took a few other shots on the weekend, including this self portrait.
One of the first things I noticed about the place was how the gum trees were different. Very clumpy and stunted almost. They are snow gums.
This is a random valley.
Here is another self portrait I took.
Rathin made the following montage incorporating Pete who came down from Melbourne for a few days.
Rathin said it would be okay if I post this portrait of him here. This is on the lake.