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Alaska Images
http://www.irenabyss.com.au/alaska-images/
I have published some of the Alaska images from last July's Alatna expedition with John Mclaine and Pete Culhane. This is only a small set of the images and at some point I will upload some of the video footage.
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Matt has posted The Maidens. Arrigetch Peaks, Brooks Range. Alaska. at http://www.irenabyss.com.au/the-maidens-arrigetch-peaks-brooks-range-alaska/
Late evening light slants across the carved faces of East and West Maiden.
The twin spires of the spectacular Maidens are one of the highlights of the Arrigetch Peaks in the central Brooks Range. A mecca for climbers the granite walls were first scaled by a group comprising Charles Loucks, ...
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Matt has posted Vanishing Falls on the Salisbury River at http://www.irenabyss.com.au/vanishing-falls-on-the-salisbury-river/
The 100m high Vanishing Falls disappear into two pools. The river bed runs dry for several kilometres.
Vanishing Falls lie in the heart of the wilderness zone north of Precipitous Bluff in Tasmania's far south. The falls are surrounded by some of the thickest scrub in Tasmania with massive...
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Matt has posted South-Fork Flathead River, Montana at http://www.irenabyss.com.au/south-fork-flathead-river-montana/
 
Here is a nice snap of John taken upstream of Meadow Bank Gorge where we left the river on our last day in Montana.
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Matt has posted Casuarina of Tasmania at http://www.irenabyss.com.au/casuarina-of-tasmania/
Black Sheoak (Allocasuarina littoralis) tenaciously clings to the sandstone cliffs overlooking Maria Island
The she-oak (Casuarina) have always been a favourite tree of mine - the sound of soft wind though branchlets and aroma takes ones mind straight to the open forests behind the east coast ...
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Focus on the 'Australia' in the far ridge. Tasmania Peak is the tooth to its left. Sorry for being so slow in putting anything new up mate - pressure is on to have some material for tonight 
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Australia Peak in the Arrigetch has been published on The Irenabyss Gallery
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