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Flinders Ranges 9-10


The remnants of shepherd’s huts dot the landscape.

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  1. The Flinders Ranges NP is fantastic! I'm always surprised it doesn't appear on Australia's Top 10 National Parks lists!

    Happy Travels!

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  2. I especially enjoy the water by the rock wall. Beautiful spot!

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  3. Not much to the hut but the fireplace was good.

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  4. Thank you for those beautiful pictures of the Flinders Ranges. Many years since we were there so it was great to visit again, through your eyes. The Ranges have such a distinctive fold-like appearance don't they. It's certainly an incredible area and you captured the intense colours. Much appreciated :D

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  5. Shepherd is a strange word in this environment ... I want alpine meadows and clanking bells ... and crooks ...

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  6. I liked this post then, and I love it now! Thanx for playing!!

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