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The Grampians National Park, Victoria.

The Grampians is one of those places that just feels ancient. The massive sandstone mountains rise up off the western plane like monuments to a primordial earth.

It's full of boulders and bizarre rock formations. Under a crimson twilight sky, the entire landscape become particularly beautiful, radiating the solemn beauty of a primeval world. I spent many of the most special nights of my life up on its lonely peaks, just lying on my sleeping bag under a magnificent dome of stars.

Life seemed so much simpler out there. The biggest concern, was trying to decide which part of the sky to face.

It's all so far away now.

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