A new study shows that mining towns are better viewed from above than those on the ground.
The study looked at 3,000 mining towns across the world.
The results, published in the journal Geography, were surprising.
Some of the world’s best mining towns can be seen from the ground, and from an altitude of up to 20 metres, said lead author, University of Adelaide geographer and mining researcher, David Moulton.
“Some of the best mining locations are on top of mountains,” Mr Moulston said.
A mining town can be a great vantage point for photographers and videographers. “
You can see these mountains from a certain height.”
A mining town can be a great vantage point for photographers and videographers.
It also helps that some of these mining towns also have tourist sites like the mining towns of Coopers Point and Bunnings Creek.
“It’s good for photographers to be able to get a good view of the ore deposits, as well as the towns and villages that are nearby,” Mr Rauch said.
The mining towns that can be easily accessed from above are Coopers Bay, and Babbie Creek.
Coopers bay is the second-highest point in South Australia.
The city of Covers Bay is the highest point in Victoria.
It is also the home of the Coopers mine.
Mr Moullen said the towns on the top of mountain ranges could provide great vantage points for photography.
“They’re the top-most point of the mountain range,” Mr Jodie said.
Mr Jotko said the mining town of Kermadec was one of the most famous mining towns in Australia.
He has been photographing the area since the 1980s.
“There are still a lot of people who visit Kermadesk and it’s a very well-known town,” Mr Lopes said.