HONEYMOON GAP, not far from Alice Springs, is a water gap that passes through a low ridge in the MacDonnell Ranges. Honeymoon Gap, as with the myriad of other gaps in the Red Centre, was formed in the second half of Noah’s Flood, as the flood waters were receding. Source: Wikipedia.
Location: Honeymoon Gap, Northern Territory, Australia
Shot on 35mm Kodak Portra 
Year: 2015



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