Monthly Archives: February 2018

Featuring Our World : Manning Gorge

Manning Gorge in King Leopold Ranges, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia

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Something To Look At : Zebedee Springs

Something To Look At (Post#11) : Zebedee Springs During our fifth day, one of the things we did was visiting a thermal spring called Zebedee Springs where we spent a relaxing time. It just an easy walk except for the slippery rocks near the pool. And an amazing information to learn about the spring as it source is come from

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Name Of The Place : Gibb River Road – 4WD Road to the Last True Wilderness On Earth

Name Of The Place (Post#47) : Gibb River Road We took Gibb River Road for days to reach other parts of Kimberly Wilderness. And based on experience while wandering on this unsealed and dirt track, this road goes to the last true wilderness on earth. The road is the gateway to be able to explore amazing wilderness that Kimberly Region

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View At My Window : Spinifex (Triodia)

View At My Window (Post#36) : Spinifex (Triodia) While leaving “The Bungle Bungles” within Purnululu National Park, I got a chance to take a shot of photos that includes Spinifex. This type of grass commonly called as Spinifex even though they are not part of the genus Spinifex as these grass are found at the inland of Australia and not

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Discovery : Cathedral Gorge (of The Bungle Bungles)

Discovery (Post#43) : Cathedral Gorge (of The Bungle Bungles) The second and last stop within “The Bungle Bungles” was Cathedral Gorge. It is usually called as the natural amphitheater of red rock with a pool. But learning how the Cathedral Gorge was made is something profound. This part of “The Bungle Bungles” said to be developed thousand of years where

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Still Expression : The Bungle Bungles, WA – Walking

Still Expression (Post#10) : The Bungle Bungles, WA – Walking In traveling or exploring a place, walking is one thing that I wanted to do in a place. I am not content in just taking photos of the place from a distance, I wanted to walk on it whether it’s a city or a remote place such as national parks.

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Discovery : The Domes (of The Bungle Bungles)

Discovery (Post#42): The Domes (of The Bungle Bungles) Trekking within “The Bungle Bungles” was an exciting one for me as I thought that I was in the middle of unique landmarks that exist in the world. The first stop we had within “The Bungle Bungles” is called “The Domes”. One of the things that I learned even we were in

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