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Australia is a country with a very diverse landscape and climate. Mountains, ranges and plateaus in combination with the varied vegetation ranging from tropical, sub-tropical and temperate rain forests make this continent so unique.
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Mountains and Country Not having to travel too far from Sydney, the Blue Mountains offer endless opportunities of amazing views overlooking the vast almost endless valleys covered with what looks like a carpet of gum trees. Traveling south towards the highest part of Australia, Mount Kosciuszco and surroundings, one again can find a varied landscape and diverse flora and fauna which changes drastically from Summer to Winter.
Outback The Australian outback makes up most of the vast interior of this continent. Mostly consisting of arid land and desert, the outback is a land of contrasts that is not meant for the faint hearted.
Beach, Ocean, lakes and rivers Water covers most of the earth's surface most of it as ocean as well as rivers and lakes. The unique chemical characteristics of water allows it to be the most important chemical in the liquid form, that we know, since it supports life. In can change from solid to liquid and gas, driven by the energy of the sun. Fresh water falling as rain onto the terrain flows on its way to the ocean as rivers, while sculpturing the landscape as it runs. The ocean covers most of the earth's surface and makes our planet looks unique from outer space. It also plays a significant role to maintain the constant temperature of the planet and is home to many forms of life. Powerful ocean forces and waves sculpture our shoreline.
Sky and clouds Looking up at the sky makes me wonder at the vastness of the universe. The color of the sky changes as the sun traverse east to west with the course of the day. The sky in itself does not have color and all the colors that we see are a result of light scatter as white light coming from the sun hits atmospheric particles of gases, humidity, dust and debris. As the sun gets lower and the shadows become longer, the sky colors become warmer ranging from yellow, orange, red and pink.
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