Monthly Archives: March 2012


another close-up on Uluru

aren’t ‘her’ shapes beautifully soft and gentle?!

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Oodnadatta Track

So similar and yet so different….

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I keep coming back to him…her…

….the beautiful rock. Uluru. Ayes Rock. Don’t ask me why but to me it feels like a ‘She’.

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Us at Wilpena Pound campground…in Flinders Range National Park

Stunning spot! Beautiful, special, beautiful! Hardly anyone there….a few kangaroos joined us for drinks and dinner but other than that pretty quiet. FANTASTIC!!! We loved it.

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Coober Pedy Boot Hill Cemetery

I spent one afternoon in Coober Pedy in the underground churches (as posted earlier) and the main cemetery which is on the fringe of the city. It’s called Boot Hill cemetery and I was somewhat […]

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Dawn at Uluru


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Fred Williams and ‘Living waters’

I know…what about the promise ‘one photo a day’….was away sorry but probably went unnoticed 🙂 ANYWAY, let’s continue. I have to tell you about Fred Williams. The last two days of our trip went […]

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Uluru – Mutitjulu Waterhole


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Ha – how about this for a change!?? The ‘weather bomb’ at Muriwai beach….

Did you hear about it…the weather bomb (yes, that’s how it was called!) over the North Island of New Zealand? Yep, crazy weather upon New Zealand last weekend…my dad got in from Sydney 35 minutes early […]

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Looking at Uluru…

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will come back to Coober Pedy…but back up north to the centre

have never seen the outback this green…beautiful. Stunning contrast to the red rocks and soil.

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and this is what you find behind the door…

in the underground catholic church in Coober Pedy.

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Yep…still in the desert!

I tell you tomorrow what this is about…any ideas?

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