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Big sky country 14

I ended my wildflower adventure by waiting for the sun to set behind the Mulga.  Tomorrow marks our return journey.  We will largely be retracing our steps but I‘ve got a few more interesting things to show you yet!


  1. i sometimes feel that the bare branches are more striking than when full of leaves..lovely sunset sky

  2. I love that word, 'mulga'.

    I should hope you have more to show us on the return journey. You 'promised' us until the end of November.

  3. Julie, I sped it up a little but there are still a couple of weeks left.

  4. I like the orange stripe of cloud. You sure had a great trip and took some fab shots. Looking forward to more.


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