Posted by: adventuredoctor | November 12, 2011

Western Australia: Walk in the park … with wildlife

A great story by Pamela Wade:

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/travel/news/article.cfm?c_id=7&objectid=10763096

The Elephants as seen below from “… a precise spot on the path around the headland … they are, hulking and unmistakable. And made of stone.”

Quarram Nature Reserve … “It’s a stunner: wind-sculpted limestone cliffs high above a tiny cove where, on this perfect day, the waves are rolling gently into the beach. Feel the landscape, Dave instructs me, and we stand in silence for two minutes as I absorb the scenery, registering every detail for my new happy place.”

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