Tuesday, 21 January 2014

B is for Beringbooding

At Beringbooding Rock view this  unBelievable Balancing Boulder. 

Linking with ABC Wednesday



A wall was Built around Beringbooding Rock in 1937  to divert water into the Biggest rock water catchment tank in Australia. It holds 2 1/4 million gallons of water 


Gnamma holes like this one, supply water for Birds and Big kangaroos (little ones too)


Beautiful views can Be seen from Beringbooding Rock



Beringbooding is east of the town of  Beacon in the WheatBelt area of Western Australia


16 comments:

  1. great ROCK, and I also love the scene of the waterhole

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  2. Wow what an amazing rock and area.

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  3. What great photos. The rock is pretty amazing and the scenery stunning. Very Australia :-)

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  4. How very interesting. That rock is something else!

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  5. Fascinating topography.
    Balancing rock for sure.

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  6. What a great place to explore and photographed very well. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

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  7. it makes me think of Wiley Coyote....beep, beep!

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  8. The rock makes ME feel slightly unbalanced!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday

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  9. It does look as if one little push would send it down. Love your photos.

    leslie
    abcw team

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  10. Nice contrast in water holes, one natural, one man made. The Gnamma is definitely prettier. Beacon has a great way to celebrate their netball team.
    Joy - ABC Team

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  11. I haven't been to Australia yet but I want to see this Beringbooding balancing rock when I do go.

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  12. beautiful beautiful captures!

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  13. Clever girl! wonderful use of the "B's" :) and fabulous images!!

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  14. I hope 2014 proves to be a good year for you and yours!

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  15. What a great place! I hope to see some of Aussie land for myself in the near future.

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  16. I have never been to Western Australia, and I am enjoying having a look around here! Beautiful photos. I'll be back to see more. :-)

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