Photographs and Adventures

Somewhere near Timber Creek, N.T.

We arrived at the Victroia River in Gregory National Park at dusk, just in time for this sensational sunset.

We arrived at the Victroia River in Gregory National Park at dusk, just in time for this sensational sunset.

There were lots of people camping in the campground, so we set up camp under the trees near the boat ramp.

The evening colours were a a range of beautiful pinks and yellows.

The evening colours were a a range of beautiful pinks and yellows.

I walked down to the river again in the morning. I didn't see any crocs but...

I walked down to the river again in the morning. I didn’t see any crocs but…

I did see this oh-so-cute dog

Dog at Victoria River

Dog guarding the  Victoria River boat ramp.

The birdlife was quite prolific.

The birdlife was quite prolific. I think this was a Buzzard sitting in the gum tree. Please correct me if I am wrong.

Bird of prey, in the twisted branches of a boab.

Bird of prey, in the twisted branches of a boab.

These little corellas were noisy companions in the tree top.

These Little Corellas were noisy companions in the tree top.

Our last avian discovery was this Great Bowerbird in his bower. He had collected lots of white stones and green glass to decorate his love nest.

Our last avian discovery was this Great Bowerbird in his bower. He had collected lots of white stones and green glass to decorate his love nest.

 

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2 responses

  1. Salisbury Val

    What beautiful sunsets. I love the reflections in the morning shot of the river.

    July 2, 2014 at 9:25 am

    • Thank you. It always amazes me how beautiful some of the free camp spots are, we have found so many lovely places to camp.

      July 19, 2014 at 11:28 am

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