11 October 2013

Sandstone Caves - Part Two

the landscape and me, were feeling a little parched

 unexpected colours showing in the soft sandstone layers



White-browed Scrubwren.  There had been a couple of them feeding about this blue native flowerer.


how're you going; still with me?  Watch your step there ....

pretty special isn't it?  And over to the left side see ... there's a hole 



you almost want to reach out and touch this (but you're not meant to).  Let's imagine;  it almost looks like water cascading down there.


16 comments:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Amazing formations. I am really enjoying this series. I hope there is more to come.

Our photos said...

The photos are beautiful!
Greetings, RW & SK

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Those caves are so interesting. I'm loving the colors in the sandstone layers. The last two photos do look like water cascading down!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

These are great. Love 'em!

Carole M. said...

well thanks all --- I'm really glad you're enjoying this series! What a lovely response, your comments for both the Sandstone Caves posts. Yes ...I can find enough to make one more.

Joop Zand said...

Very good photo's of these caves....it's a nice post Carole.

Wish you a very good weekend.

Hugs, Joop

Irma said...

Beautiful pictures Carole.
Beautiful rocks.
Greetings Irma

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

amazing shots. ( :

Linley S said...

This must have been an amzing walk Carole. I have enjoyed all your pics.

TexWisGirl said...

the wearing really is producing amazing effects!

Wally Jones said...

Fascinating, Carole!
This is simply beautiful.

Laura said...

I love seeing your part of the world Carole. You take great photos. I feel as if I'm walking there with you! hugs, Laura

Karen said...

Wonderous beauty Carole! Excellent photos, it's not eay to get great shots like these,

Andrew Fulton said...

A wonderful place to see...fantastic images.

Jan Castle said...

Wonderful pics of the formations - especially that 'waterfall look'! You do such good work Carole...always a pleasure to check out your blog!
Paper Hugs,
Jan

Ida said...

What amazing photos. Those rock formations are just spectacular and so beautiful.