Darwin is a city of extremes. Beautiful sunsets, strong rich colours in its beaches and foreshores, incredible lightning displays from the summer storms, (I promise myself to visit in the wet season to photograph them)
A beautiful Jabiru, a black-necked stork, a tall wading bird. Spotted on our Yellow Waters Sunset Wildlife Cruise, Kakadu National Park, NT
Litchfield National Park, is one of the prettiest National Parks I have witnessed. It features numerous waterfalls which cascade over the sandstone ridge which is Tabletop Range.
Leaping half their body length straight into the air, to snare their free feast, this prehistoric reptile was giving us an incredible display.
We saw numerous salt water crocodiles, some extremely close to our cruise runabout. The bird life was prolific with ducks, egrets, eagles, hawks and the most exciting for me was being up close to the jabiru. The birds and the reptiles seemed to be able to live in harmony, or maybe the large “salties” were not hungry
sailing around Darwin Harbour we enjoyed a beautiful meal together with excellent wine and local beer and waited for the tropical sun to set.
Angbangbang Gallery contains excellent examples of “x-ray” art, or art depicting the bones and organs of humans and animals