A walk down-stream produces a different view of the rock.
By the water-side were a few reeds, and they have to be spiky as most plants in Central Australia are.
Not far away was a very impressive strand of river red gums. See how they tower.
These trees have stood the test of time, through drought and floods – because there is occasionally water on the mighty Finke River.
No wonder they’re so anchored to the earth.