Friday, May 25, 2012

head north west of here till you get to the Indian Ocean...

... and this is what you'll find!

so whats going on here now?

read more here at the Facebook page of  

Goolarabooloo and Lurujarri Heritage Trail

and here at the Global Mail where the story comes form the point of view of an English Lord who made Broome his second home for years.


Sarah said...

What a startling colour the cliff is! The rock of the Cornish cliffs is that colour.

Sophie Munns said...

I'm so surprised to hear the Cornish cliffs are this colour Sarah. I completely missed seeing anything like that in my all too brief visit to Cornwall last year.

Seeing the colour of Uluru (Ayer's Rock as it was known for decades) means one is already psyched to expect such colours in the landscape of this land...but in England all that green and I guess the thought of white cliffs of Dover seems more fitting!

Always be ready to be surprised I guess is more the point!

nathalie et cetera said...

wow! the color of those cliffs!!! Incredible!

Sophie Munns said...

Hey Nat... so good to hear from you.. thought you might ditch me for too long an absence over at your blog!

Anonymous said...

I do need to go to Broome - thankyou for reminding me.

Sophie Munns said...

Its a spectacular region Grrl... go whenever you can!
Have never been to Perth but have been to Broome many years ago for a friends wedding. Still... didn't get around the region but the trip was spectacular!