I dunno about in 1941, but my valley view between the Ulowdna Range and Wilpena’s south range was surprisingly green for this area. No idea why the flowers were out in mid-winter, considering it was freezing in the mornings, but that’s climate change for you.
That could be Dick’s Knob on the right, but it could be Fred’s Knob, and the one in the middle is Dick’s? It can be hard to tell one knob from the next unless your name is William Greig Evans.
- | Aperture: ƒ/7.1 | Focal length: 30mm | ISO: 160 | Location: 31° 38.5645′ 0″ S 138° 34.4274′ 0″ E | Shutter speed: 1/50s