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Kimberley Plateau location map

Kimberley Plateau

The Kimberley region in north Western Australia is a geologically very old and rugged plateau with gorges carved by the water. The region is dominated by extreme contrasts between the wet monsoon season and the dry time of the year with very high temperatures.

View: Kimberley Plateau
Location: Lon 128.087°
Lat -17.737°
Altitude: 59 km
Direction: 287°
Camera Angle: 38°
User Rating: 2.5
Location Map:    Visible Topography
Kimberley Plateau location map
Kimberley Plateau

Visitor comments:

by John from Australia posted on Wed Aug 22 2007 11:55:39
oops congratulations should of course have gone to christoph
by John from Australia posted on Wed Aug 22 2007 11:50:16
have to be lucky to see such intense landscape from the air love the way light can change it in 30 seconds. wind and water a little longer. congratulations to marc. p.s. doubters should share their negative reasoning or do some people enjoy attacking other's great work?
by Marc from Australia posted on Sat Jun 10 2006 10:15:44
very nice image, looks very pretty, but i don't believe the kimberley ever looks like that.
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