Sep
08
2009
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Depths

The rich deep hues of the Indian Ocean contrast boldly against the sandy cliffs of Kalbarri.

Sep
07
2009
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Breach

A playful whale calf breaches amongst a foreground of coastal bushes south of Kalbarri.

Sep
06
2009
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Banded

Lichens, mosses, algae and stone combine to create a rainbow of colour in the Kalbarri National Park.

Sep
05
2009
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Spiral of Life

A pseudo helix somewhere south of Kalbarri.

Sep
04
2009
0

Trilogy

Coastal cliffs south of Kalbarri.

Aug
16
2009
1
Aug
15
2009
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Breaking

A wave preempts a break in the Indian Ocean, south of Kalbarri.

Aug
14
2009
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Painted Cliffs

Kalbarri is a coastal anomaly in Western Australia as it’s the only area in the southern half of the state where sandstone meets the ocean.  In general, south to Perth and north to the North West shelf, all of the cliffs are limestone.  This anomaly makes for a fantastic melange of contrasting colours.

Aug
13
2009
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Deposit

Coastal sandstone fringed by low shrubs south of Kalbarri.

Aug
12
2009
0

Gradient

Where Ocean Meets Land; just south of Kalbarri at Red Bluff Head.

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