Photographer's Note

The Nullarbor Plain runs right to the edge of the Southern Ocean and the Great Australian Bight with the most northly point being called the Head of the Bight. This is where many Souhern Right whales gather each year to given birth and then spend winter before returning to the Antarctic region for summer.
There were plenty of pairs (mother and baby) of whales their but none of my photos of them were good enough for TE.
This view is looking east towards an area of extensive white sand hills that stretch some distance inland.

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