Outback 2009: Atop Rawnsley Bluff

The surveyor’s cairn atop Rawnsley Bluff on the edge of Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia.

Humans must be genetically programmed to build cairns as route markers – they’re everywhere. Here, modern days walkers have placed rocks against the base of the original, more upright cairn.

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