Weekly Photo Challenge : Beneath my Feet…

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80 Mile Beach in Western Australia was littered with deep layers of shells.

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The wild flowers were thick under foot in other parts of Western Australia.

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In Northern Queensland these strange marks on the sand were under foot and we were informed by a local that they were the fresh marks  left by the tail of a large crocodile…

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After looking very carefully, Jack decided it was safe to float in the Annan River in the Northern Territory.

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Finally we walk together at sunset with the vibrantly red dirt of the outback under foot…

I guess you can almost say everything is “beneath your feet” when you stand and take a scenic photograph, but these are just a small sample of the different terrain we crossed as we travelled around Australia.

 

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6 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Beneath my Feet…

  1. I couldn’t relax enough to walk on a beach if there were large crocodiles around!

  2. A lovely showcasing of our landscape. Those Annan River rocks are amazing. It’s always seemed like a mischievous irony that the hottest parts of the country have creatures that make swimming a dangerous pastime.

  3. Great series! Varied and …the croc? I would have run in any other direction…

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