The Kakadu National Park is in the Northern Territory of Australia, (southeast of Darwin) and covers an area of about 20,000 sq kilometres which is about the same size as Wales (or in US terms, a little smaller than West Virginia)
We stayed a little while at this beautiful location, so there may be one or two more shots in the sequence. This image is of the Yellow Billabong at Cooinda which is a very beautiful example of its kind, providing a home to a wide variety of wildlife
A billabong is a lake, or more specifically and oxbow lake formed when a river or creek diverts leaving one of its meanders isolated. Billabongs often dry out in the dry season only to be flooded at the arrival of the next wet.