Sunrise on Top of Mount Kosciusko New Years Day – Free Desktop Wallpaper

Download a free 1024×768 resolution desktop wallpaper photo of Sunrise on top of Mount Kosciusko at 4:59AM January 1st 2007 (New Years Day).

In the middle of Summer at the end of 2006, I went on a 4 day bush walking and camping trip organised by fellow members of the UTS Outdoor Adventure Club (OAC) to Kosciuszko National Park that ended with us waking up on Monday, New Years Day 2007 on top of the highest Mountain in Australia, Mount Kosciuszko (2,228 metres / 7,310 feet).

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Sunrise on top of Mount Kosciusko at 4:59AM January 1st 2007 (New Years Day).
free 1024x768 wallpaper Sunrise on top of Mount Kosciusko at 4:59AM January 1st 2007 (New Years Day)

  • Camera: Panasonic FZ20
  • Wallpaper format: JPG 289 Kb in size
  • Original Photo: JPG 1.22 MB in size
  • F stop: 2.8
  • Exposure time: 1/500th second
  • ISO: 80
  • Metering & Focusing: Centre weighted
  • Focal Length: 432mm
  • Original Resolution: 5 Megapixels (2560px x 1920px)
  • Optical Image Stabilisation: Turned On
  • Tripod Used: No

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13 thoughts on “Sunrise on Top of Mount Kosciusko New Years Day – Free Desktop Wallpaper”

  1. This is a nice picture. willing to get another nice picture for my desktop.

    Thanks for your free wallpapers

  2. Got it on my desktop thanks ! I’m in Melbourne and currently looking at a sunset as good ! It’s been 38 deg celcius today in Melbourne and we’re sitting here waiting for the cool change !

  3. Looking through window from where I am and seeing snow after seeing this picture and reading that it was 38 degrees in Melbourne makes it bit… surreal. Anyway not surprised by great picture, as pictures I’ve seen on your other blog, about Sydney in your reviews of it’s tourist sites are really good.

    EDITOR: thanks

    I always find it weird that Australian radio stations, shopping malls, advertisements etc all tend to play “White Christmas” style music during the run up to Xmas when it’s the middle of summer here and there are plenty of non snow/open fire related songs they could play instead

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