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I am still surprised at how long creeks are flowing in the Flinders Ranges.

It’s been a while since a decent rain, yet they still flow.

Having been used to dry creek beds for so long during the drought years, it is still a real treat to hear the sound of water bubbling over rocks.

Taken in Mt. Chambers Gorge situated in the Wearing Hills, about an hours drive north-east of Blinman in the central Flinders, the creek flows towards Lake Frome further to the east.

The photo was taken with a Canon 50 mm L series prime lens on a Canon 5D Mk 11 at 125th sec, f16 ISO 200, hand held.

A fantastic lens for clarity if a bit limiting for landscapes.

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