Gibber Desert and Lake Eyre in Flood, Far North of South Australia.All photos from this series were taken over Lake Eyre National ParkFeatured in: Shameless Self Promotion + Beach, River and Lake Treasures + Colour and Light + Superbly Visual + Stunning Scenery Favourites
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It makes a cool abstract leading to heaven, like it
The “sand” that you see is actually salt encrusted rocks, and the “dunes” are a barren rocky “gibber” desert, that extens for thousands of kilometres into what the indigenous Australians called the “Never Never”, probably calle dthis because if you don’t go preapred with plenty of water and supplies, and a keen sense of DIY survival, you’ll never never come back. Many explorers found this out the hard way, their bones lying bleached on some far forgotten primaeval landscape. However when seen at sunset, it does look like Heaven.
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Very nice capture
thanks once again Larry!
Great image! I’d love to see Lake Eyre in flood…
Very nice work
great shot…you must be a pilot
Thanks hastypudding- I just hired one, and she did a good job flying low.
Ben, great image, excellent abstract, love it!! Intriguing!
faBulous work :- ))
“Thinking too well of people often allows them to be better than they otherwise would be." Nelson Mandela said and I believe that:)
Wonderful composition make the splendid artwork, thank you to inspire…Thank you for explore information my friend:)Best regards,Sunny
Thanks for your comment Sunny. I agree with Nelson.
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