Murphy’s Haystacks


In between last blogs we had an overnight stay at Murphy’s Haystacks. Not much too add other than to display the photos – a very photogenic spot and gave me time to find out more about my camera, what it can and can’t do, and experimented with a few new shots.

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Categories: Adventure, australia, Australian Outback, Big Lap, Discover Australia, Explore Australia, Journey Narrative, Kids Travel, Natural World, Photography, South Australia, Travel, Travel Adventure | Tags: , , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Murphy’s Haystacks

  1. leonie morris

    wow, these shots are absolutely stunning. What an amazing place with such incredible rock ‘haystacks’
    Brilliant, and love Manda and the kids shadows on the rock

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    • Gareth how are you? I’m a bit behind on posts but have a couple of crackers due when I get a power source again. Need to get a new laptop battery! Where did you catch catfish?

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    • It was a really cool place but very windy making the photography hard. The owner came up and had a chat. Very interesting chap with some yarns. His uncle was a Murphy!

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