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Kakadu National Park

I’ve visited Kakadu quite a few times over the last few years, but I don’t think I’ll ever get bored of exploring the area and taking photos! I recently traveled out to the park because Jim Jim Falls had just opened for the dry season. Despite seeing the “falls” three times, I’ve never seen it flowing due to visiting too late in the dry season. So this trip was all about the “stone country” region, the region of Kakadu characterised by red, sandstone escarpment and gorges. Jim Jim is the tallest falls accessible in Kakadu – a 200 metre high escarpment – which in the wet season is a spectacular, fast-flowing flood of water. As this falls is not spring-fed and only rain-fed, it dries…

Darwin Photo Tours

For those of you who follow me on Facebook, you probably guessed that I was going to start offering Photowalks to budding photographers in the area! And what’s even better? For the first Darwin Photo Tour, I will be giving away 8 places for my launch competition!!! Keep reading for details on how to win! What are Darwin Photo Tours? Darwin Photo Tours are going to be conducted by me, Louise Denton. You can see examples of my work within this blog and on my portfolio website www.louisedenton.com Darwin Photo Tours are exactly that – visiting locations around Darwin that are great for landscape photos! I specialise in seascape photos, and also in other Darwin landscape photography, nature and wildlife photography. So, if you think…

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