Unlike poor Diane & Bill, our tour group had a 33C day for our walk through Cathedral Gorge which we did first thing walking in by 8:30am when the temps were wonderful and the other groups just going in as we came out. By this time, I had confidence that I could do just about any walk that came my way.
Yes, the end wall of this walk is like the walls of a cathedral, but more, I found the hushed awe that arose in me to be akin to a religious emotion. It was an awe-inspiring landscape. Many of the flowers were discovered in the 'foothills' of this walk.
There had been late May rains across the Kimberleys, the grass was green and the puddles still full. Glorious reflections!
And look at the termite mounds winding their way up the domes. Pesky little blighters! Wait till you see the mounds in the Litchfield NP just outside Darwin.
Thanks to Peter for this shot of yours truly, after the Cathedral Gorge walk.
I have already prepared two posts on Sydney Eye about the Bungle Bungles day.
Here is the post about the helicopter ride.
Here is the post about the reflections in Cathedral Gorge and more widely in the Kimberleys.