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Approaching King George Falls by boat just after the Wet Season, we found the twin cataracts like avalanches. They thundered and roared over the Kimberley escarpment, turning the base of the cliffs into a cauldron of vapour. The two falls actually stem from the one river, which forks just behind the cliffs before plunging over the edge. To the side of the right hand waterfall, on the edge of the escarpment, two tiny figures can be seen, giving a sense of perspective to the massive falls. The Wet Season is a time of cleansing in the Kimberleys. The entire landscape is flushed and left pure by the rush of water, in readiness for another year.
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