Aussie Photos

We’ve been back for a while, and I’m occasionally reminded that I haven’t posted all of the photographs from our trip. Here they are! Ironically, I got sidetracked by the process of selecting and printing photographs, some of them you can see here. Almost all of those photos are in a Flickr collection.

Short on time? View the abridged set of 130+ photographs.

As an overview, here’s a day-by-day view of our trip:

Day -4: Packing for the trip Day -3: Packed for the trip Day 0: Leaving Boston ... in a limo
Day 1: Over the Pacific Day 2: Hyde Park, Sydney Day 3: Taronga Zoo
Day 4: Sydney Aquarium Day 5: Darwin Sunset Day 6: Wangi Falls, Litchfield NP
Day 7: Swimming below Florence Falls, Litchfield NP Day 8: Mimi Spirit, Kakadu NP Day 9: Yellow Water Bilabong, Kakadu NP
Day 10: Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk NP Day 11: Daly Waters Pub Day 12: Devils Marbles, NT
Day 13: Ghost gum tree and sandstone, Watarrka NP Day 14: Kings Canyon, Watarrka NP Day 15: Uluṟu (Ayers Rock)
Day 16: Valley of the Winds, Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa NP Day 17: Sunrise in Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa NP Day 18: Lisa with an olive python, Alice Springs Reptile Centre
Day 19: Thorny devil, Alice Springs Desert Park Day 20: Frolicking in the surf of Trinity Beach, Queensland Day 21: Mossman Gorge, Daintree NP
Day 22: Flynn Reef, Great Barrier Reef Day 23: Trinity Beach Day 24: Australina Butterfly Sanctuary, Kuranda
Day 25: Crocodile, Cairns Tropical Zoo Day 26: Sydney Harbour Bridge Day 27: Watson's Bay, Sydney
Day 28: View of our plane as we leave Australia Day after: A month's worth of mail

The Narrative:

Some other experiences:

You can also read about our trip.

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