I travelled for 6 years around Australia and many people ask me “what was the most memorable place you visited?”
This is not easy to answer as Australia is a huge continent with landscapes varying from desert to the dry, red dusty outback and from the sea to the mountains, rainforest to scrub. All with their individual beauty. But the image that remains with me is this one…
Flying into the Bungle Range in the Kimberly region of Northern Australia.
The crinkled and pin-striped mounds looking like tiny ant hills.
But then to land and spend a day walking through this awe-inspiring landscape is indelibly etched in my memory. I can close my eyes and, even without photographs, feel the spiritual nature of this ancient and sacred land overwhelming me as I walked among the canyons as they radiated the glow of the setting sun.
But of course I took many photographs and these are what I would like to share for this week’s challenge of “Landscape”
To see more photos from the day in the Bungle Bungles click here to fly through cyberspace to them.