Days on the Road 2

Johnson Rocks to Lake Ballard:


A gnamma or namma hole, a naturally worn depression where water collects. The indigenous respected these natural features as water holes, as did the bird life here at Johnson Rocks.


Sunday 23 and we are at a lookout viewing Lake Ballard, an extensive natural salt lake (60 kms long) west of Menzies, and famous for the sculpture series placed across the vast lake by artist Anthony Gormley in 2003:


Above: one of Gormley’s many statues on the salt lake. An amazing experience.


Above: Snake Hill, which sits on the southern edge of Lake Ballard and which we climbed the 100 mtrs  plus for the views of the lake.


And the wine, sunset and dinner by the lake’s edge. 

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