Mar 04

Kakadu in the Wet Season – A New Photo Set from David C Hancock

David C Hancock has just posted a new lightbox of Landscape stock photos. When the wet season comes to northern Australia around Christmas time, Kakadu National Park is very hard to get around by vehicle. Rain pours off the escarpment and fills the creeks and rivers to overflowing - they flood the plains and the otherwise dry landscape is inundated with moisture. This is a period of renewal, when the country recovers from seven months of dry, hot weather. Trees flower and fruit and it is a time of plenty for all creatures including animals and mankind. View the complete lightbox here for full details and all the images.

Mar 02

New Photography by David C Hancock: Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park is a new set of Nature stock photos that's been getting a lot of attention recently. Kakadu National Park in the Top End of Australia, three hours from Darwin, is a World Heritage Area. Owned by the Bininj Aboriginal people and managed by Parks Australia, Kakadu is regarded as one of the great parks of the world encompassing complete eco systems - from the Arnhem Land plateau to the Timor Sea. More than two-thirds of Australia's bird species can be found in the park and many rare animals - such as the colourful Leichhardts grasshopper - exist within its borders View the original post here to see all the images.