• Christian Fletcher Gallery
Joffrey Gorge, Karijini National Park K158P. In Joffre Gorge, one can truly appreciate the power of water shaping the landscape. The gorge hosts impressive waterfalls, deep pools and breath-taking views.
Paul Pichugin on Instagram: “Circular Pool, Karijini National Park, Western Australia. Did you know that 748 Million people don't have access to clean water? One of…”
3,232 Likes, 39 Comments - Paul Pichugin (@paulmp) on Instagram: “Circular Pool, Karijini National Park, Western Australia. Did you know that 748 Million people…”
Australia on Instagram: “The enormous #CathedralGorge is one of the best places in Australia to test out your vocal cords and shout out "cooeee" - due to its…”
55.3k Likes, 806 Comments - Australia (@australia) on Instagram: “The enormous #CathedralGorge is one of the best places in Australia to test out your vocal cords…”
Munjina to Bee Gorge [davidhoulder.com]
Track notes and photographs from walks in Karijini National Park in the Pilbara region of north-west Australia: Day 4 - view down Kalamina Gorge
Hamersley Gorge Karijini, KJ5761Ph • Christian Fletcher Gallery
Hamersley Gorge Karijini,Australia by Christian Fletcher. Dramatic colours, reflections and waterfalls make Hamersley gorge on not to be misssed. Situated on the North West edge of Karijini National Park it boast changing colour and geological landscapes.
Standley Chasm - What Most Tourists NEVER See
Most people who visit Standley Chasm never do this. This little known secret will not only help you escape the tourist crowds, you'll be taking jawdropping photos and seeing Standley Chasm like you’ve never seen it before.
Flinders Ranges | mountains, South Australia, Australia
Flinders Ranges, mountain region in South Australia, extending some 500 miles (800 km) northward from near Crystal Brook to a point between Marree and Lake Callabonna (dry), where it falls away to flat grazing land. Southward beyond Crystal Brook, the highland region continues as the Mount Lofty
Images of the Pilbara
Life has been fairly busy lately, with autunm fauna surveys in full swing and more vagrant bird species appearing in Western Australia. Now a very rare Grey Phalarope has turned up at Greenough, about 4 hours drive north of Perth. I hope it stays around until the weekend, it might be a nice time to visit that part of the country! During a recent Pilbara fauna survey, I captured some of these landscape images (as well as some fantastic fauna). Time was very limited for fauna photos, as this…