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  1. Awesome once again. No need for words, really.

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  2. i have so enjoyed looking at the breakaway photos..a very different looking terrain!!

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  3. They look like giant anthills. How high are they?

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  4. This place is fantastic! Love the formations and colours in every pic.

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  5. Diane I don't exactly how high but they are mountains rather than hills. Most of the photos were taken from a lookout at the top of on of the flat ones -- a drive up not a walk thank goodness.

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  6. The geology of the area is fascinating. We had someone with us who chatted away about it all. In one ear and out the other now ...

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  7. I thought of your blog when I bumped into this map the other day. This landscape looks to part of the "useless" section - useless, except for offering great photographs.

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