The Outback Delivers Again

An Outback trip just completed produced the usual cornucopia of memorable sights. Here are just a few of them:

This was sunset on the plains near Hillston in western New South Wales.

In Brachina Gorge in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges, we were treated to a show of nimble antics by several of the rare Yellow-footed Rock Wallabies. Can you spot the one in this picture?

Ruby dock (or wild hops) was one of the wildflowers seen in profusion on the Oodnadatta Track and elsewhere, and photographers were kept busy.

Mother sheep have enough problems in arid areas finding enough food for their lambs without one of them playing hide and seek!

A scenic flight over the Painted Hills near William Creek treated us to some remarkable scenery.

It’s hard to imagine how people ever coped with the limitations of film cameras when travelling in the Outback!  A hundred photos a day is no longer regarded as extravagant.

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About dazzlerplus

Writing about the things that interest me helps me to discover what I think. One of my loves is the Australian Outback, and I travel out there often, and when possible take friends with me.
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3 Responses to The Outback Delivers Again

  1. Jo says:

    Beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing them.

  2. Anne says:

    Lovely stuff Thanks Rob.

  3. jester says:

    Rob, you are my hero. Love, A Friend

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