On our last day in Kakadu National Park Karen and I joined a cruise across Yellow Water, one of the parks most scenic locations. I shot this image of a flock of magpie geese as the sun was just rising. Despite my reservations this enjoyable few hours was one of the highlights of our visit. It’s common for many bushwalkers to disregard the more popular touristy undertaking within Kakadu and this is most definitely a mistake. Our early morning cruise really was the only way to best see what is one of true wonders of Australia. The bird-life is extraordinary and of course there are plenty of saltwater crocodiles to keep you amused if birds are not your thing. Just don’t be tempted into going for a swim.