Walls of China, are formations sculpted by erosion over tens of thousands of years and are a popular destination with tourists and photographers alike. Located in the remote Mungo National Park, in western New South Wales I spent a long weekend here last month camping a photographing. The white lunettes turn into an awe inspiring golden red as the sun sets on this flat, otherwise uninterrupted landscape. At night a million stars fill the sky, something visible in few places such as the remote outback of Australia where there is no light pollution, well worth the 2500K round trip.
Panorama – Walls of China, Mungo National Park
Sunset & Twilight at Walls of China, Mungo National Park