Australia is the flattest continent on Earth and Western Australia is probably the flattest of all states.
Despite this it is possible to experience some nice feeling by climbing in the Porongurup range (Devil's Slide) and having a look towards the North in the direction of the Stirling Range.
Australia did not experience any tectonic activity since hundreds of millions of years... hence this landscape is among the oldest on Earth.
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robjol (2399) 2009-03-10 13:59
A very fine photo this one.
I have the feeling from your photo of distance, The Stirling range are so far.
The foregroud of rock and wild flowers give good interest nice focus.
devimeuxbe (58557) 2009-03-10 14:01
tres belle cette perspective sur la vallée. Une vraie sensation d'immensité.
Content de te revoir sur TE
leo61 (0) 2009-03-10 14:02
Great POV and a good composition with these nice blossoms and this bizarre tree in the foreground.Great depth withe these nice clouds and the mountains in the far distnce.
ribeiroantonio (22637) 2009-03-10 16:36
Yes, it is a quite flat continent but yet has some nice high points as the one you are showing today. Last week, Australia had three mild earthquakes one in Melbourne (4.7), on in Broome, WA and another in the wheat belt in WA too.
The shot is very nice and the wide and long view is beautiful. Well done.
vincz (19113) 2009-03-12 1:24
Beautiful wide landscape. It remebers me of some scenery in South Africa. I like the vegetation in the foreground. Well done.
wolf38 (31278) 2009-03-20 9:20
Hello Eric. You caught this far and beautiful landscape in skillful way with your camera. Outstanding. Best regards, Wolfgang.
toto (0) 2009-03-28 6:03
belle photo de cette plaine immence, ciel superbe avec de très jolis petits nuages.
Belle vue avec la coline a l' avant et ces montagnes au fond de l' image, cela donne une bonne profondeur de champ.