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Taken with a non-digital camera in Kings Canyon, Australia during an excursion. It was a very warm day (over 45 degrees) and the rocks protecting this lonely tree are overburned from the sun. Tried to upload a bigger picture for more details but couldn't made it. I haven't retouched the picture from the original one.
some infos for those who have never been to this beautiful place:

Watarrka National Park is located in Australia’s Northern Territory, 180 miles (300 km) from Alice Springs or its nearest neighbor to the south, Ayers Rock at 165 miles (280 km). Watarrka encompasses the western end of the George Gill Range, including the most well known natural feature of the park, King’s Canyon.

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Additional Photos by Jeff Bellemare (Jebelis) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 64 W: 0 N: 29] (229)
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