Gully at Standley Chasm, Outback Australia

This panorama was shot in front of the famous Standley Chasm (overleft)in the West McDonnell Ranges National Park, NT. The path to the chasm is led via a creek where spring fed pools attract a great variety of wildlife, particularly birds. The gully floor is lush with plants that range from delicate ferns to tall gums: many species such as the Cycad Palms (seen in the panorama), have survived here in the shadow of the arid hills from a long,long gone wetter age. Imagine the aborigines have been wandering though here for thousands of years.

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