Looking Up

SquareUp Photo Challenge: Camping at Carnarvon Gorge, October 2020 #3

Our first reaction when we arrived at Carnarvon Gorge was to turn our heads upwards.

Carnarvon Gorge National Park is dominated by sheer sandstone cliffs topped with eucalyptus trees and grassland. Rising up to 200 metres high, the cliffs line each side of a narrow forest-filled valley more than 30 kilometres long.

We were destined to gaze skywards for much of the next week.

In January I’m joining in with Becky’s Square Photo Challenge over at The Life of B. The rules are simple: most photos must be square and fit the theme word up. Look for #SquareUp

Also joining Jude’s Life in Colour Challenge #colour2021

20 thoughts on “Looking Up

  1. I was in that area about 25 years ago (I lived in Adelaide then). My travelling companion was not able to walk very well, so we didn’t go into the gorge. I have always regretted that!

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  2. Pingback: Getting Back to Nature | The Eternal Traveller

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