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

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

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

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

  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.

  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 ...

  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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