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Flinders Ranges 7-8


Soft morning light here on a hazy day. And the tufty grass is a delight.

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  1. These photos get better and better with every post. They're the same mountains, but the terrain is completely different here - or is it just the light?

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  2. I agree with the first comment. The texture in the last one is stunning.

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  3. Winam, if my memory serves me correctly the first shot is taken across the top of the lookout where cars park the second 'down the sides' so the more natural vegetation.

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  4. love the rolling bumps of near and far. like fuzzy caterpillars moving along. great colors, soft and hazy.

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