The music featured in this video is entitled Deep Healing (synths) by Steven Halpern from his album Music for Sound Healing.
The pictures seen here were obtained within the confines of Kakadu National Park in Australia's Northern Territory. These shots were captured at or near Twin Falls and Jim Jim Falls.
The name 'Kakadu' comes from an Aboriginal floodplain language called Gagudju. The Aboriginal people of Kakadu have lived on the land for at least forty thousand years, and about five hundred still reside within the park.
Kakadu presents a very diverse offering of both life and landscape. The six types of land-forms found in the park are, the flood-plains, the lowlands, the stone country, the outliers, the southern hills and basins, and the tidal flats (with many estuaries). There are over 280 bird species, 60 mammal species, 50 freshwater species, 10,000 insects species, and at least 1,600 plant species. Furthermore, Kakadu is home to four major river-systems.
Kakadu National Park is managed by both its original Aboriginal inhabitants and the Australian Director of National Parks. You can visit http://www.kakadu.com.au to learn more.