Mungo National Park, NSW
Road to the Moon – Mungo National park, NSW
F8 @ .5 second ISO 50 EF 16-35 mm L lens @ 28 mm
I called this “Road to the Moon” as it feels like driving around the dirt road was like we were heading towards it.
Walls of China, Mungo National Park, NSW – The shifting sands of Lake Mungo in north-west NSW are a source of fascination to both archaeologists and lovers of unique geography. Drawing about 40,000 visitors a year, the remote dry lake 110 kilometers north of Mildura is so rich in Aboriginal artefacts the site was nominated as a World Heritage area in 1981. But the prevailing south-westerly winds which sweep across the lake periodically reveal a vast array of buried treasure have also created the famous sand formation known as the Walls of China. Reference: http://www.theage.com.au/travel/activity/active/legends-of-rock-20081113-65cb.html