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Another look at this beautiful waterhole on the Arkaroola Creek in the northern Flinders ranges.

A peaceful yet almost cathedral like place at any time of the day.

Because the sun has to get above high hills to the east, there seems to be only a short window for taking good images. That’s about an hour after dawn.

Once the sun gets too high it washes out the colours of the rocks and in the afternoon it’s in deep shadow.

I thought the photograph above captured the essence of the place best.

However here’s a jump to an earlier post of Water on the Rocks and another couple of efforts can be seen at WaterHole Study

You might have a different opinion.