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As you go deeper into the gorge, the landscape changes.

There is a 65 km trail which enable you to see the 13 parts of the gorge and reach the waterfall at the end. You need to be pretty fit to do that as you have to carry your tent, food and water as the trek takes a few days. It must be something fantastic to do.

Like all the aboriginal people, the Jawoyn people have the right attitude and respect about nature:
“Spirit of country:

Country is like a mother.
The land, plants, animals, rocks, everything is connected. Not just environmentally but also spiritually.
Some parts of the country have good spirits. We have to be careful of moving rocks in this river.
Land has always given to us for very special reasons. We need to respect the country, like burn off in the right season.” (From a sign along the river)

V2 shows the adventurous way to discover this amazing gorge.
V3 and V4 show the reason why I chose a bigger boat.

Tags: Northern territory Landscape and travel Katherine NITMILUK NATIONAL PARK KATHERINE RIVER

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Herge88 11 40 4 England
22 Jan 2013 6:05PM
Love the inclusion of the boat in version two.

Best Matt

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CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
22 Jan 2013 6:12PM
Wonderful reflections in V's 1&2, Jean-Noel, well captured. Carol
Bob_V 10 1 2 United States
22 Jan 2013 6:23PM
Such wonderful light and reflections.
Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
22 Jan 2013 6:29PM
An interesting write up, and fine images to go with the unfolding story.

rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
22 Jan 2013 6:44PM
Love the crocs, Jean.. Good idea....a bigger boatWink
NaturesHaven 6 283 6 England
22 Jan 2013 6:45PM
V2 - love the appearance of the canoeist..............GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
22 Jan 2013 7:13PM
Fantastic set of images. I too love V2 with the canoeist
marktc Plus
7 101 15 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2013 7:44PM

Quote:An interesting write up, and fine images to go with the unfolding story.


Agree totally
abeeror2 5 23 Australia
22 Jan 2013 7:51PM
Fantastic set of a amazing place.
22 Jan 2013 8:03PM
Wonderful light and reflections,excellent set..Lin
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
22 Jan 2013 8:20PM
Excellent documentary shots, V 1 my favourite although V 2 gives a sense of scale with the inclusion of the canoe: having seen V 3 and 4 I can understand why you"d want as big a boat as possible.
9 10 10 England
22 Jan 2013 11:09PM
Excellent reflections in V1 & V2 but definately keep your distance in the other two!
jasonrwl Plus
8 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 6:52AM
Good set Jean-Noel - most interesting
kazza12 5 2 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 2:13PM
great sets SmileSmile karen
moiral 8 12 Scotland
23 Jan 2013 5:54PM
A beautiful looking place but don't fancy arguing with those guys in V3 & 4. Moira

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