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Wave Rock Festival has reordered No BuTTs Pocket Ashtrays for their music festival to be held in late September at the world famous Wave Rock formation in Western Australia
A shot of one of my favourite beaches Pearl Beach NSW, showing it's swirls which seem to be an unique charachteristic. Pearl Beach is just around the corner from the picturesque Hawkesbury River, which is the next major waterway north of Sydney. Comment from Reidy320 : i used to body surf here alot when i was a teenager.. this photo shows the string of pearls necklace, which is why pearl beach is called pearl beach!! something i learnt while living there as a kid.. great photo!! nice shot of…
the big pineapple
Arthur and I snuck out of town, (while Nick manned the shop) on a wee break with my sister and her family. Hence the lack of Arthur's Circus internet ramblings. We stayed on the sunshine coast and of course had to visit the big pineapple. It has been a good 32 years since I was last there. It opened around 1971 I think and my sister and I went there as children, probably around the same age that our kids are. Nothing much has changed which is nice, but also highlights what was once a…
Believed to have formed over 2700 million years ago, Wave Rock is part of the northern face of Hyden Rock. The shape of the wave is formed by gradual erosion of the softer rock beneath the upper edge, over many centuries. The colours of the Wave are caused by the rain washing chemical deposits (carbonates and iron hydroxide) down the face, forming vertical stripes of greys reds and yellows.
Funky pattern at Rapid Creek
Funky pattern in the rocks at Rapid Creek. Some of the colours we get in the rocks on the shoreline up here are just magnificent. This show some rocks down close to Rapid Creek.
Litchfield National Park, Australia in Photos
Litchfield National Park in the Northern Territory was another stop on my 6 day photo safari with Canon Australia. Here is a collection of my photos.
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Litchfield National Park, Litchfield Park, Australia — by Caz and Craig @yTravelBlog
Want to see a termite mount that’s as high as a building? These termites are pretty impressive. Not only do you see extraordinarily big...