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Lately I’ve been shooting in country with a lot of creek beds and gum trees. Despite that, the pictures I have been posting lately seem to be working on a different theme……rock faces and waterholes.

Travellers around Australia might have seen this scene in a number of places spread across Western Australia or the Northern Territory.

Add the northern Flinders Ranges to the list.

Yet another non-permanent waterhole where the stages of a decreasing water level can be seen in the wet mud of the foreground.

When the water is gone and the summer temperatures soar, these rock faces radiate enormous heat….quite breath-taking and I’m not talking about their natural beauty either.