Stewart Wells Rainbow Gorge Central Australia

http://books.google.com.au/books?id=bPd5YW6arVAC&pg=PA164&lpg=PA164&dq=Stewart+Well+Rainbow+Gorge&source=bl&ots=5lUhzCX6OU&sig=gEugKfa_6Te7qCpcrzHNdja0mJQ&hl=en&sa=X&ei=qEIpUfKeA4L2lAWOiICQDw&sqi=2&ved=0CC8Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Stewart%20Well%20Rainbow%20Gorge&f=false In 1999 I went seeking a job at Stewarts Well Caravan Park, and The owner, Jim Cotterill, took me for a drive to see Rainbow Gorge after the rains.  The water in the photo is not a Dam, Lake or Pond, it is simply puddles after the rain. The reflections are marvellous. These photosContinue reading “Stewart Wells Rainbow Gorge Central Australia”

Green Oasis at Carnarvon Gorge National Park

25°01′54.58″S 148°11′00.02″E / 25.0318278°S 148.1833389°E / -25.0318278; 148.1833389 Carnarvon Gorge is between Roma and Emerald. From Roma, drive 90 km north to Injune then a further 160 km along the Carnarvon Highway. From Emerald, drive 65 km south to Springsure then 70 km east to Rolleston, and a further 61km to the Carnarvon turnoff. TheContinue reading “Green Oasis at Carnarvon Gorge National Park”

Originally posted on A Word in Your Ear:
Steering clear of the out of control bush fires that were burning close by the Bay Of Fires we decided to head straight to Bicheno.   Bicheno is about 20 – 30 minutes drive from the Wine Glass Bay Area and Freycinet National Park.  Check out the scenery…

Curio Bay Catlins New Zealand

The rocks on the shore are actually an entire petrified forest Coordinates: 46°39′44.44″S 169°05′52.52″E Located near the southern end of New Zealand‘s South Island, Curio Bay is a coastal embankment best known as the site of a petrified forest some 180 million years old. It also hosts a yellow-eyed penguin colony, arguably the rarest ofContinue reading “Curio Bay Catlins New Zealand”

Cannibal Bay New Zealand

Cannibal Bay owes its name to the human remains once found by a surveyor here rather than to any man-eating past. Today the area is a breeding and resting ground for Hooker’s sea lions and elephant seals. Although they may seem tranquil enough, they can get aggressive if disturbed and as the place name suggestsContinue reading “Cannibal Bay New Zealand”

Originally posted on Notes from Camelid Country:
Carneval is exhausting, a lot of fun, but exhausting fun. I don’t know about the performers, who have to dance and sing their way around town while being soaked with water and foam, but a few more days of this and I’ll need a holiday. Sunday saw the…

Originally posted on mediaevalmusings:
Today’s Friday Photo is a view of one of the rock-cut sanctuaries in Ihlara Valley, in Turkey. Christians began living in the canyon during the 4th century, a time when Egyptian ideas of retreat into the desert were being popularised throughout the Levant. Although cut from the walls of the canyon,…

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