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Karijini National Park - Red Gorge
Australia

Getting to this island in Red Gorge is an interesting experience, for me (the photographer) it meant sliding down a waterfall with my camera and tripod head in a waterproof case and the tripod in a waterproof bag. After this slide and swim over the pool, there was a short abseil down a waterfall down to the same level as Red Gorge, it’s then just a short swim over to this island were we had a short break and I took a photo. From here we headed up Red Gorge towards Hancock Gorge and out. A whole day’s trip and well worth it!

 Thanks all who were there. Thanks for staying still for the photos and staying quiet when I was recording sound

Copyright: David rowley
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Uploadet: 23/09/2011
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Tags: karijini; red; gorge; pilbara; canyoning; canyon
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