Monday, May 10, 2021


Grampians National Park, Victoria Australia  This view is from the early stages of the Beehive falls to Mt. Difficult trail.

This is vaguely reminiscent of the desert varnish I remember from Utah and other parts of the southwestern US, but with a very gray cast to it rather than being nearly black.  It's still quite visible which surfaces are 'new' by the orange and yellow hues.  Of course by new I mean they've probably been exposed a few thousand years or less.  

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