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A true "wet season" or "Season of colors" experience. Every single time I go back to the tropical town of Darwin, in the Northern part of Australia, I feel like entering a different world. A world where life is still so different, where things are still so much more relaxed, where only 2 seasons really rule

Darwin's Wet Season spectacular

Darwin's foreshore is partially covered by the most amazing and colorful rock formations you can imagine.  It just adds to the colors of the ocean and the skies experienced here in the top end.
But when I took this photo of a rock pool within the rock formation , I realised that the reflection made these amazing figures within the photo.
This photo is a challenge and you can get lost in it. 
 But first just look into it, then look even deeper into it....look for the faces.
Then turn your head left and look at the faces that way.
Then turn your head and look for the perfectly reflected kangaroo and other faces created by the rocks.
It is almost like a totem pole with many stories told on it.

AUSTRALIA | Thursday, 10 January 2013 | Views [833]

Darwin's foreshore is partially covered by the most amazing and colorful rock formations you can imagine. It just adds to the colors of the ocean and the skies experienced here in the top end. But when I took this photo of a rock pool within the rock formation , I realised that the reflection made these amazing figures within the photo. This photo is a challenge and you can get lost in it. But first just look into it, then look even deeper into it....look for the faces. Then turn your head left and look at the faces that way. Then turn your head and look for the perfectly reflected kangaroo and other faces created by the rocks. It is almost like a totem pole with many stories told on it.

Tags: darwin, reflection, faces, water, clouds

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