The Other Dimension

Felix Haryanto

Punchbowl, Australia

Artist's Description

The Pinnacles Desert, Nambung National Park, Western Australia.

Practically unknown to the wider public until the late 1960s, the Pinnacles Desert is part of the Nambung National Park. The Pinnacles Desert was added to the existing National Park that was named after the winding Nambung River. Nambung means crooked in the local Aboriginal tribal language. It is a park with a 26km stretch of sparkling coastline bordered by rolling ancient sand dunes that extend inland into banksias woodlands. Pretty red river gum trees line the banks of the Nambung River until it disappears into limestone caves. Massive sand dune fields characterise the area near the coast where the Pinnacles Desert lies.

Taken by Canon 40D

173 views as per 8/5/12
239 views as per 29/5/12

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- Along The Rural Road
- Australia At Large
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- Stunning Scenery ‘Favorites’


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