Sunday Post: Famous Movies

A fun idea again Jake, and after hours of thought and searching through the archives  I chose the Australian film “Crocodile Dundee”. This was a 1986 film about a legendary bushman who lives in the Northern Territory and fights saltwater crocodiles with his bare hands. His relationship with an attractive New York writer makes the film script interesting! The film was partly made on location in Kakadu National Park. Here are some stunning views of this world famous park from Ubirr Rock.

Kakadu from Ubirr Rock

 

Sunset from Ubirr Rock

One of the greatest attractions at Ubirr is the incredible rock art.

traditional art under a sheltering overhang

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16 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Famous Movies

  1. Ah, yes, Crocodile Dundee – I love that one. Fantastic photos! I find rock art fascinating, intriguing and mysterious!
    Around here, we have ancient petroglyphs and pictographs left up to thousands of years ago by Native American tribes.

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