Photographs and Adventures

Mirima National Park, Kununurra

This morning we walked through Mirima National Park (Hidden Valley) in Kununurra.

This morning we walked through Mirima National Park (Hidden Valley) in Kununurra.

Peter took along his trumpet and we enjoyed the sound of his horn echoing through and around the natural amphitheatres we discovered during our hike.

The rocks were coloured a rich deep red, and the spinifex that looks so soft and fluffy is actually sharp and spiky on bare legs.

The rocks were coloured a rich deep red, and the rocky path led enticingly up through the gorge.

Some of the grasses that appear to grow directly from the rocks are very delicate.

Some of the grasses that appear to grow directly from the rocks are very delicate.

The vertical rock walls look as though they are constructed of man made blocks.

The vertical rock walls look almost as though they are constructed from hand hewn blocks.

The spinifex that looks so soft and fluffy is actually sharp and spiky on bare legs.

The spinifex that looks so soft and fluffy is actually sharp and spiky on bare legs.

The sound of the trumpet echoing through the rocks was enjoyed by many other visitors to the park.

The sound of the trumpet echoing through the rocks was enjoyed by many other visitors to the park.

 

 

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4 responses

  1. You could start a ‘where’s wally’ game where Pete the trumpeter is hidden in the photos and we have to find him! 😉

    June 25, 2014 at 7:48 pm

  2. LOL @ Nic’s comment!!! There is some serious trumpet action here 😀
    I love the shots, they are absolutely amazing…I wish I was somewhere beautiful and warm right now, looking at these! By contrast, Melbourne is as gloomy as Charlie Bucket’s neighborhood in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, LOL.
    Keep up the awesome photos oxoxox

    July 1, 2014 at 3:02 pm

  3. Salisbury Val

    More wonderful photos and amazing scenery. Thanks for sharing your adventures. xx

    July 2, 2014 at 9:29 am

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