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When backing up my pc to a remote hard drive, I found some old film shots of Central Australia taken in 2010 I had forgotten about. This is Katatjuta in Central Australia also previously known as 'the Olgas'. The polarizing filter on the film camera was certainly more powerful than the one on my current digital camera! From this website is some more information below:

http://www.environment.gov.au/parks/uluru/visitor-activities/walks-kata-tjuta.html

"Walpa (meaning windy) Gorge is a desert refuge for plants and animals. The rocky track gently rises along an ephemeral stream, passing inconspicuous rare plants and ending at a grove of flourishing spearwood. Experience the sheerness of the domes and the vastness of the landscape. 2.6 km return, 1 hour."

This area reminded me of Utah in the USA. I finally got around to visiting a major tourist attraction in my own country, after putting it on the back-burner for decades.

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