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Echidna Chasm Kimberleys Western Australia

Kimberley Western Australia

Echidna Chasm Kimberleys starts as a wide flat creek bed in the East Kimberley Bungle Bungles, and soon narrows into chasm walls as it goes deeper into the massif. High up the sun hits the top of the walls, bouncing reflected light further down into the chasm’s depths. Eventually the Echidna Chasm terminates at a narrow point only a few feet wide, the walls become so narrow that only a faint crack of overhead light is admitted deep inside.

First published in my Horizon 1998 large format colour calendar and later in my greeting card set,  Echidna Chasm Kimberley is available as a  photographic print.