The Flinders Ranges in South Australia provide a diverse landscape that is so typically Australian
With the dying sun the desert glows briefly before the night descends
A dry outback creek filled with water after seasonal rains
A typical outback creek. Often completely dry during the long hot summer in this instance recent rains fill and the birdlife abounds.
Spinifex dots the landscape and the rugged red cliffs glow in the outback
One of the magic waterhole of the West MacDonnell ranges in the Northern Territory
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