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Wolfe Creek meteorite crater is situated 145 Km south of Halls Creek. The crater is approx 800 mts in diameter and 60 mts deep
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The semi arid landscape near Denham, becomes a sea of yellow during the wildflower season.
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Pinkish salt pans in South Australia's Salt Creek National Park.
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Yellow, white & mauve everlasting daisies contrasted against the red soil of the Australian outback.
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Large clay pans intersperse the fields of yellow and white everlasting Daisies. Photograph was taken when the sun was low in the sky, so that the surrounding vegetation cast long shadows on the landscape.
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Canola crops in bloom near Mingenew, Western Australia
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Port Gregory pink lake, also known as Hutt Lagoon. The pink colouration is due to the presence of carotenoid-producing algae Dunaliella salina. Port Gregory is a small fishing village in Western Australia
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Canola crops at Mingenew, Western Australia