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Old Jun 11, 2006, 9:23 AM   #1
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I dashed up north of my state on Thursday and Friday for an over-night job a quick 3206km trip each way.

Took my Pentax camera to do my work shots and also grabbed about 180 shots for myself after.

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Just outside Wyndham, Western Australia



Just outside Wyndham, Western Australia



Overlooking Kununurra, Western Australia withpart of the Kimberley Ranges in the background.



Part fo the dam to control the water just ourside Kununurra, in the wet season, all the gates are open all the way and the water flowing is HUGE.
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Old Jun 11, 2006, 9:41 AM   #2
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The colors are fantastic!
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Old Jun 11, 2006, 9:43 AM   #3
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great
looks like you had a good time..
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Old Jun 11, 2006, 9:50 AM   #4
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YIKES! How do you dash 6000km?? That's like driving from one side of Canada to the other. By the way, great shots. Love the colours. They really pop!.....cheers.....Don.
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Here is a panorama i took while i was up that way in January -

Cape Range National Park in Exmouth



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Ok so its not as far as the kimberlies but it was a 13 hour drive both way


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Thekman620, we live in a huge State and I have the privilege or working across the whole lot, sometimes I fly, sometimes I drive, it depends on how quick I need to be there.

Errno_gmm, Exmouth, yes I have been there a few times too, but sorry nothing compares to the awesome ruggedness of the far north. That and those pink Argyle diamonds...:G

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Aren't you afraid to post all thoselovely pictures? It sure makes me want to visit your beautiful, interesting country and then you'll be jammed with tourists.
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hahaha, that is what makes for interesting holidays is seeing all the tourists with their cameras clicking away..:blah:
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