Oven Camp: Mist in Gorges

I’m back from the Dinosaur Expedition into Outback Queensland, but before sharing photographs from that trip, what follows are some images from an earlier bushwalking trip into Oven Camp – a place deep in the gorge system where cattle were mustered, tended, and branded. This site has been used for such activities from the mid-1800’s until a few decades ago.

As with all such trips into the gorges, it begins on the Tablelands high above the gorges. This image illustrates the early morning mist sitting in, and beginning to rise from, the gorges.

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