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River in the Kimberley region, Australia  -  Wil Meinderts/ Buiten-beeld
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00516258 River in the Kimberley region, Australia© Wil Meinderts/ Buiten-beeld
Raft Point iron rich sandstone formation glowing in sunset light, Kimberley coast, Western Australia
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90851860 Raft Point iron rich sandstone formation glowing in sunset light, Kimberley coast, Western Australia©
Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Raft Point, Kimberley, Western Australia
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90851859 Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Raft Point, Kimberley, Western Australia©
Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Raft Point, Kimberley, Western Australia
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90851858 Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Raft Point, Kimberley, Western Australia©
Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Raft Point, Kimberley, Western Australia
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90851857 Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Raft Point, Kimberley, Western Australia©
Tourist zodiac inspecting the Horizontal Falls at slack tide, Talbot Bay, Kimberley coast, Western Australia
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90851856 Tourist zodiac inspecting the Horizontal Falls at slack tide, Talbot Bay, Kimberley coast, Western Australia©
Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Kimberley coast
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90851855 Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Kimberley coast©
Aerial view of the tailings dam, Argyle diamond mine , Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90851854 Aerial view of the tailings dam, Argyle diamond mine , Kimberley, Western Australia.©
Short eared rock wallaby with offspring (Petrogale brachyotis brachotis), Ord River, Kimberley, Western Australia
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90851853 Short eared rock wallaby with offspring (Petrogale brachyotis brachotis), Ord River, Kimberley, Western Australia©
Estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) in Porosus Creek, Kimberley coast , Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90851852 Estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) in Porosus Creek, Kimberley coast , Kimberley, Western Australia.©
Aboriginal rock art, Gwion Gwion style, Jar Island, Kimberley coast, Western Australia
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90851851 Aboriginal rock art, Gwion Gwion style, Jar Island, Kimberley coast, Western Australia©
Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Bigge Island, Kimberley coast, Australia
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90851850 Aboriginal rock art, Wandjina style, Bigge Island, Kimberley coast, Australia©
King George River iron stained sandstone cliffs, Kimberley, Western Australia
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90851849 King George River iron stained sandstone cliffs, Kimberley, Western Australia©
Kimberley rock monitor (Vanranus glauerti), King George Falls, Kimberley , Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90851848 Kimberley rock monitor (Vanranus glauerti), King George Falls, Kimberley , Kimberley, Western Australia.©
Kimberley rock monitor (Vanranus glauerti), King George Falls, Kimberley , Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90851847 Kimberley rock monitor (Vanranus glauerti), King George Falls, Kimberley , Kimberley, Western Australia.©
Merten's water monitor (Varanus mertensi), King George Falls, Kimberley , Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90851846 Merten's water monitor (Varanus mertensi), King George Falls, Kimberley , Kimberley, Western Australia.©
Mitchell Falls in morning light, Mitchell Plateau, Kimberley , Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90851845 Mitchell Falls in morning light, Mitchell Plateau, Kimberley , Kimberley, Western Australia.©
Mitchell fan palm (Livistona eastonii) trees planted in woodland which had been burnt for pastoral purposes. Palm seedlings do not survive yearly fires so no new young palms grow into the woodland, Ki...
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90838818 Mitchell fan palm (Livistona eastonii) trees planted in woodland which had been burnt for pastoral purposes. Palm seedlings do not survive yearly fires so no new young palms grow into the woodland, Ki...© Jiri Lochman
Horris Hole a tropical oasis, Kimberley, Western Australia, March 2013
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90837510 Horris Hole a tropical oasis, Kimberley, Western Australia, March 2013© Marie Lochman
Wyndham port, view from 5 Rivers Lookout to Cambridge Gulf, east Kimberley, Western Australia, December 2010
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90837503 Wyndham port, view from 5 Rivers Lookout to Cambridge Gulf, east Kimberley, Western Australia, December 2010© Marie Lochman
Roebuck Bay, Kimberley, Western Australia, March 2013
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90837498 Roebuck Bay, Kimberley, Western Australia, March 2013© Marie Lochman
Palm Spring, Halls Creek, Kimberley region, Western Australia. June 2010
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90837495 Palm Spring, Halls Creek, Kimberley region, Western Australia. June 2010© Marie Lochman
Oscar Range, an exceptionally well preserved fossilized Devonian Reef, Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90837479 Oscar Range, an exceptionally well preserved fossilized Devonian Reef, Kimberley, Western Australia.© Marie Lochman
Oscar Range, an exceptionally well preserved fossilized Devonian Reef, Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90837478 Oscar Range, an exceptionally well preserved fossilized Devonian Reef, Kimberley, Western Australia.© Marie Lochman
Freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus johnstoni) amongst rocks. Lake Argyle, The Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90821531 Freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus johnstoni) amongst rocks. Lake Argyle, The Kimberley, Western Australia.© Steven David Miller
Rainbow bee-eater (Merops ornatus), three perched on branch between flight forays to catch insects. Parry Creek, Wyndham, The Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90821504 Rainbow bee-eater (Merops ornatus), three perched on branch between flight forays to catch insects. Parry Creek, Wyndham, The Kimberley, Western Australia.© Steven David Miller
Baoab (Adansonia gregorii) tree silhouetted at sunset. Parry Lagoons Nature Park, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.
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90821502 Baoab (Adansonia gregorii) tree silhouetted at sunset. Parry Lagoons Nature Park, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.© Steven David Miller
Infinity pool overlooking Lake Argyle. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.
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90821491 Infinity pool overlooking Lake Argyle. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.© Steven David Miller
Spillway diverting water during high flow event. Lake Argyle reservoir, dammed in 1971 for Ord River Irrigation Scheme. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.
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90821490 Spillway diverting water during high flow event. Lake Argyle reservoir, dammed in 1971 for Ord River Irrigation Scheme. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.© Steven David Miller
Spillway diverting water during high flow event. Lake Argyle reservoir, dammed in 1971 for Ord River Irrigation Scheme. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.
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90821489 Spillway diverting water during high flow event. Lake Argyle reservoir, dammed in 1971 for Ord River Irrigation Scheme. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.© Steven David Miller
Lake Argyle reservoir, dammed in 1971 for Ord River Irrigation Scheme. Islands in the reservoir are peaks of mountains in Carr Boyd Range. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.
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90821488 Lake Argyle reservoir, dammed in 1971 for Ord River Irrigation Scheme. Islands in the reservoir are peaks of mountains in Carr Boyd Range. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.© Steven David Miller
Lake Argyle reservoir dam wall and outflow, aerial view. Reservoir dammed in 1971 for Ord River Irrigation Scheme. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.
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90821487 Lake Argyle reservoir dam wall and outflow, aerial view. Reservoir dammed in 1971 for Ord River Irrigation Scheme. The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2017.© Steven David Miller
View of rivers flowing into Cambridge Gulf. Fiver Rivers Lookout, Wyndham, The Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90821483 View of rivers flowing into Cambridge Gulf. Fiver Rivers Lookout, Wyndham, The Kimberley, Western Australia.© Steven David Miller
Cluster fig tree (Ficus racemosa) with abundance of fruit, provides food for birds. Kununurra, The Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90821479 Cluster fig tree (Ficus racemosa) with abundance of fruit, provides food for birds. Kununurra, The Kimberley, Western Australia.© Steven David Miller
Fast tidal water flow through Horizontal Waterfalls in The Narrows. Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. July 2015.
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90820633 Fast tidal water flow through Horizontal Waterfalls in The Narrows. Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. July 2015.© Rick Price
Fast tidal water flow through Horizontal Waterfalls. The Narrows, Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. July 2015.
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90820632 Fast tidal water flow through Horizontal Waterfalls. The Narrows, Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. July 2015.© Rick Price
Banding and folding of rock on cliff above Cyclone Creek. Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.
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90820631 Banding and folding of rock on cliff above Cyclone Creek. Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.© Rick Price
Flame fiddler crab (Uca flammula), two males displaying and fighting with sword-like pincers. Cyclone Creek, Talbot Bay, The Kimberley
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90820630 Flame fiddler crab (Uca flammula), two males displaying and fighting with sword-like pincers. Cyclone Creek, Talbot Bay, The Kimberley© Rick Price
Banded and folded rock on cliff beside Cyclone Creek. Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90820629 Banded and folded rock on cliff beside Cyclone Creek. Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia.© Rick Price
Tourists in zodiac on Cyclone Creek. Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.
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90820628 Tourists in zodiac on Cyclone Creek. Talbot Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.© Rick Price
Water running off Montgomery Reef with changing tide. Doubtful Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.
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90820627 Water running off Montgomery Reef with changing tide. Doubtful Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.© Rick Price
Tourists in boat watching water running off Montgomery Reef with ebbing tide. Doubtful Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.
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90820626 Tourists in boat watching water running off Montgomery Reef with ebbing tide. Doubtful Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.© Rick Price
Water starting to run off the reef with ebbing tide. Doubtful Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia
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90820625 Water starting to run off the reef with ebbing tide. Doubtful Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia© Rick Price
Coastal rock grave site of the Wunambal Gaambera / Uunguu people. Wary Bay, Bigge Island, Bonaparte Archipelago, The Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90820624 Coastal rock grave site of the Wunambal Gaambera / Uunguu people. Wary Bay, Bigge Island, Bonaparte Archipelago, The Kimberley, Western Australia.© Rick Price
Rocky coastline with view to location of cave with Aboriginal rock art. Wary Bay, Bigge Island, Bonaparte Archipelago, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.
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90820623 Rocky coastline with view to location of cave with Aboriginal rock art. Wary Bay, Bigge Island, Bonaparte Archipelago, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.© Rick Price
Cliffs on King George River. Koolama Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.
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90820622 Cliffs on King George River. Koolama Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2015.© Rick Price
Lake Argyle reservoir, part of Ord River irrigation scheme. Hydro electric power generation at dam. 2015.
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90820621 Lake Argyle reservoir, part of Ord River irrigation scheme. Hydro electric power generation at dam. 2015.© Rick Price
Nankeen night heron (Nycticorax caledonicus) standing on log. Ord River, The Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90820620 Nankeen night heron (Nycticorax caledonicus) standing on log. Ord River, The Kimberley, Western Australia.© Rick Price
Western Australian freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus johnsoni) basking on tree stump in river. Ord River, The Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90820619 Western Australian freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus johnsoni) basking on tree stump in river. Ord River, The Kimberley, Western Australia.© Rick Price
Controlled burning of vegetation. King George River, Koolama Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2016.
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90820618 Controlled burning of vegetation. King George River, Koolama Bay, The Kimberley, Western Australia. 2016.© Rick Price
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