The Gascoyne River by landownunder

The Gascoyne River

At Carnarvon, Western Australia. The longest river in Western Australia. Said to be the 'upside down' river as surface water flows for only about 120 days per year and below the river bed for the remainder of the year. At 865 km's it is a huge water storage system with large aquifers lying beneath the desert.
Sam
Wow, very interesting. I haven't heard of this before - must investigate!
August 12th, 2017  
Interesting info about this huge aquifer :)
August 12th, 2017  
How interesting. I was going to say it looked a little dry over there before I read your description. Great shot. Hope you guys are doing well. Are you ever coming back this way?
August 12th, 2017  
Fabulous capture of this amazing river.
August 12th, 2017  
How interesting and amazing that they can still use the underground water.
August 12th, 2017  
Very interesting, a super capture
August 12th, 2017  
Very interesting Denis and a nice shot
August 12th, 2017  
Interesting what is hiding under the earths surface. It is huge - must be a great sight when the water is running above ground.
August 13th, 2017  
Great information to go with your image. Great shot.
August 13th, 2017  
@gigiflower @hermann @k1w1 @ludwigsdiana @henrir @carolmw @terryliv @purdey @littleconnie Thank you for your nice comments.
@k1w1 Hi Christine, its been a while. We will be back next year, meeting up with some Canadian friends in Alaska and then who knows where. We need to visit some rels in the States and if time permits, back to Ontario. Hope all is well in Guelph.
August 13th, 2017  
@landownunder All is well for us. Hope we can catch up when you are back in Ontario.
August 13th, 2017  
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