Neil (nt) wrote,
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China Wall (quartz reef) near Hall's Creek, Western Australia

China Wall

low tide at Derby, W.A.

tugboat

Fortescue Falls, W.A.

gorge

I took these on vacation in 1994. I was feeling nostalgic tonight, looking through some old photos, and decided to scan a few in.

I'd love to spend more time in Western Australia. It is huge (almost 4 times the size of Texas), remote and sparsely populated (about 1.5 million people, most of them in the southwest corner of the state). A person could easily spend years travelling there, and never run out of things to see.
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