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Taken with a Nikon D60 at the Henbury Meteorite Reserve in the Northern Territory, Australia. This reserve consists of around 12 huge meteorite craters that are now filled with vegetation and this one is now a lake that serves as drinking water for the local animals. The craters were formed around 7, 400 years ago. It was amazing to think that these were once fiery pits as I walked around their rims ! Now it’s a peaceful area with lots of wildlife :)

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  • kalaryder
    kalaryder5 months ago

    Interesting read and a lovely scene

  • Thanks kala, appreciate you reading my babble :)

    – Penny Smith

  • Keala
    Keala5 months ago


    Lovely work Penny!

  • Thanks keala ! It was a nice place, very isolated but pretty. Thanks for the fave :)

    – Penny Smith

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