Photographed using my Minolta DiMage 7i DSLR camera.
Set at ISO-100, f/5.6, 1/250 sec. Focal length of 70 mm.
Pinnacles of red rock in the West MacDonnell Range of Australia’s outback.
Less than 20 kilometers from Alice Springs, NT, AU.
The MacDonnell Ranges provide abundant evidence of a worldwide flood that occurred about six thousand years ago.
These include layers of sediment that were bent into curves while ALL the layers were soft wet mud [ see my photo Curves ],
and pockets of fossilized “Sea creatures” [ The nearest oceans are at the Gulf of Carpentaria 564 miles to the north, and the Great Australian Bight 564 miles to the south. ]