The Australian Outback

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November 3rd 2011
Published: November 4th 2011EDIT THIS ENTRY

The Australian Outback is yet another unbelievable part of this vast and diverse land. It's a living desert where the roads just go for endless miles. It's about a 3000km drive between Adelaide in South Australia up to Darwin at the top of the Northern Territory. There's a surprising amount of life out here - it's not just sand and rocks- from kangaroos and wild horses and wild cam... Read Full Entry

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4th November 2011

What an incredible place!!! I love the reflection pics you took the best but they are all beautiful
4th November 2011
Uluru Sunset 3

Great Photos
Really nice Howard and Karen. I was there about 23 years ago and hiked through those same hills. They called them the "Olgas" then. Enjoy your trip. Where to next?
7th November 2011
Uluru around back

Camera Trick
Man Slim... you look like you lost a ton of weight. Or maybe it's just the fact that you're standing in front of Uluru. Cool slimming effect!
7th November 2011
Uluru Sunset 2

Bucket List
Glass of wine in the shadow of Uluru... check.
7th November 2011
Alice Springs Aboriginemobile

The voodoo skull wasn't enough... they had to put number 13 on the roof? And the Abos wonder why they can't catch a break.
7th November 2011
Back on the road again

Does your wife know your taking pictures of all the young looking blonds in Aussie land

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