- Posted by Peter MacDonald
- On June 12, 2012
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- Anna Creek Station, Great Victoria Desert
This is one of the many spectacular formations in the Painted Hills on Anna Creek Station….that Kidman property that covers a vast part of South Australia’s north.
This area is extremely fragile and for that reason the location is closely guarded.
Obviously an aerial view is the best way to see these remarkable formations in the desert which have been shaped by erosion over millions of years.
Even though it was partially overcast this late afternoon, there was enough sunlight to show off the range of rich colours which cover a spectrum starting with red going through orange, ochre, yellow and white.
Another gem of Australia’s Outback.