Kimberley Rock Textures

One of the things that never ceases to amaze me when walking around the Kimberley is the amazing array of colours and textures worn into the sand stone.

On this particular morning Christian Fletcher, Jenny Fletcher and myself spent a good hour cruising around a beach in Swift Bay picking out textures and colours that the years of erosion had created for us to view.

I decided to put these together as a compilation.

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4 Responses to Kimberley Rock Textures

  1. Nice abstracts. When out in nature I’m always looking for textures like these as well. The middle one looks like it could be a close-up of an elephant (a very muddy one)…

  2. Tim Wootton says:

    No matter from which viewpoint you look at the Kimberley, it’s the ancient rock textures & formations that grab your eye!