and post notes and photos about your poem like Teppo Gren.
This is a continuation of my previous post, “Nullarbor”. When I continued my journey towards Western Australia after spending the night at the Nullarbor Roadhouse, I came across a guide sign to a viewing point (a lookout), and turned off to see what was there. I ended up at a viewing point overlooking the magnificent view over the Great Australian Bight, and the steep vertical fall of the Bunda cliffs.
A quote from Wikipedia describing the cliffs. “The Bunda cliffs is an aboriginal name which has been used in South Australia for the name of the Nullarbor coastal cliffs. The usage is not included in national geographic name databases - but the usage is general in South Australia. The Bunda cliffs extend for around 100 km along the Great Australian Bight near its northern extremity and are close to the Nullarbor Plain in a very sparsely settled area of Australia.The cliffs, which are some 60 to 120 metres high and sheer, can be viewed from several viewing points along the Eyre Highway east of Eucla and west of Nullarbor roadhouse.”
Another attempt at using Iambic Pentameter - feedback welcome.