To Capture That Which Can’t be Captured

Down in that valley far, far below hidden amidst the unlikely combination of eucalyptus trees and ancient cycad palms is Kings Creek. From up here the sense of scale is all but gone, the grandeur becoming abstract with the world below looking like some artisan’s crafted landscape garden. From down there looking back up at […]

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Morning Glow

It’s getting too hot now in the Flinders Ranges for most daytime activities so I probably will not be heading up there again for a while now. This sunrise over Rawnsley Station is from a trip a few months ago when it was a little cooler. As I sat up here watching the sunrise a […]

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Cairn

Little mounds of stones seem to be part of arid landscape walking trails, at least all of the arid walks I can remember. I wonder how the scattered rocks and stones come together apparently all on their own because I have never seen anyone actually build one. There was nothing special about this cairn over […]

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Great Southern Land

From halfway up Rawnsley’s Bluff in the mid Flinders Ranges and looking back to the southwest is a vista that is beautiful, stark and dramatic. A short 5 hour drive north of Adelaide is all it takes to get to this part of our diverse country and this time of the year is the best […]

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