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Hagen Seyring - Photography

  1. View to the moutain range of the MacDonnel Ranges close to sunset

    The MacDonnel Range consist of parallel ridges running to the east and west of Alice Springs.

  2. Rocks in western MacDonnel Ranges in the late afternoon

    The MacDonnell Ranges were often depicted in the paintings of Albert Namatjira.

  3. Lookout in the MacDonnel Ranges in the early afternoon

    The ranges were named after Sir Richard MacDonnell (the Governor of South Australia at the time) by John McDouall Stuart, whose 18…

  4. Gorge of Standley Chasm

    A relatively short and easy drive from Alice Springs, Standley Chasm cuts through the tough quartzite to form a picturesque natura…

  5. Entry to the gorge of Standley Chasm

    Surging flood waters over thousands of years are responsible for this beautiful site, which is at its most impressive in the middl…

  6. Palm in the Standleay Chasm

    Thanks to water, the gully floor is lush that range from delicate ferns to tall gum trees; many species such as the cycad palm, ha…

  7. Trail to Standley Chasm

    Standley Chasm is located in a private flora and fauna reserve owned by the Iwupataka Land Trust and is operated by Aboriginal fam…

  8. Flying Dragonfly across the Waterhole in the Simpsons Gap

    Simpsons Gap is one of the most prominent gaps in the West MacDonnell Ranges.

  9. Birds in the Simpsons Gap

    Known as Rungutjirpa to the Arrernte Aboriginal people, Simpsons Gap was the mythological home of a group of giant goanna ancestor…

  10. Entry to the Simpsons Gap at noon

    Simpsons Gap is one of the most prominent waterholes in the region

  11. Waterhole in the Simpsons Gap

    The area is an important spiritual site to the Arrarnta Aboriginal people, where several dreaming trails and stories cross.

  12. The outback close to Sydney viewed from the balloon

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  14. Viewfrom the balloon at our bus

  15. Mereenie Loop Road

    The unsealed Mereenie Loop Road lets you drive directly from Kings Canyon (Watarrka National Park) to the West MacDonnell Ranges -…

  16. Owen Springs cattle station

    The Old Owen Springs Homestead was the first station homestead built in Central Australia.

  17. Grashopper on our last lunch break

    The grasshopper is an insect of the suborder Caelifera in the order Orthoptera.

  18. Galahs in the outback

    The galah Eolophus roseicapilla, also known as the rose-breasted cockatoo, galah cockatoo, roseate cockatoo or pink and grey, is o…

  19. Brumbies in the outback

    A Brumby is a free-roaming feral horse in Australia.

  20. Engraved map in sandstone close to Wallace Rockhole

    Wallace Rockhole is a Western Aranda Aboriginal Community located 117kms west of Alice Springs along the James Range.

  21. Sunset at our last campsite in the bush