Last Updated on March 3, 2017 by Red Nomad OZ
|Reflections at Glen Helen Gorge, Central Australia, Northern Territory|
The rugged red rocks that make up the natural wonderland of Central Australia have spawned thousands of photos – many of which reside in the depths of my memory cards.
And there most of them shall stay …
In 2004 on our first visit to Glen Helen gorge deep in the heart of the fabulous West MacDonnell Ranges, we nearly took a scenic helicopter flight to see the sights. BUT … sadly, the professional crew shooting an advertisement took precedence!!
Earlier this year, we again headed west of Alice Springs to the towering red cliffs of Glen Helen gorge. And again didn’t take the scenic helicopter flight.
BUT … I took this photo instead!
One day, we’ll get to see the gorge from the air. But I’m sure you’ll agree it looks pretty darn good from the ground!!
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