Karlu Karlu / Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve
The Devils Marbles are often viewed as a symbol of Australia’s outback. It is a curious geological formation made up of granite boulders that range in size from six meters to 50 centimetres.  The boulders were created by erosion over millions of years and many of the giant stones sit precariously balanced on top of one another, sometimes with tiny stones wedged in between. The boulders of the Devil’s Marbled create a cooler environment that provides refuge a number of wildlife species. We saw a dingo, a pair of courting Painted finches, a Spinifexbird and a few doves in just a couple of hours. #views #photography
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