Early morning catches the bark of a ghost gum and the domes of Kata Tjuta in full splendour. I had the permission of local Aboriginal elders to photograph here, and it was out of respect for their traditional beliefs that I purposely included more than just one of Kata Tjuta’s domes in the composition. But this was back in the days before bureaucrats began over-regulating this national park. Nowadays, ninety-five percent of the Kata Tjuta area, including the location pictured here.
Standley Chasm: How to see the views that most tourists NEVER see. http://traveloutbackaustralia.com/standley-chasm-views-tourists-never-see.html/ Standley Chasm, West MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs, Northern Territory. Australia
The Ghan .... The 3000km trip between Darwin and Adelaide provides glimpses of Australia's unique landscape and wildlife. I travelled on the Ghan between Adelaide and Alice Springs in 1982. Despite travelling through desert, a flood isolated us for severa