Do it doggy style

Heading towards the MacDonnell Ranges

Monday, November 14th, 2016

The Team in Pakenham are working hard.

Ray is having some Rest and Relaxation traveling in the outback. Currently he is driving from Alice Springs, west into the MacDonnell Ranges, into a land of contours defined by time, erosion, vegetation types, flowers, light and shade. The landscape of Albert Namatjira. He has visited the gorges, chasms, waterholes and an ochre pit along the ancient Finke river system, which runs mostly underground protecting and storing its water from evaporation. Several permanent water holes reside in shaded gorges, icy cold in 42 degree temperatures. When able to move away from the crowded area and phones, you can absorb the spirituality and the timelessness. Bliss

Photos are a Desert Rose, and Uluru from the South East

desert-rose uluru

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