The popular conception of Australia’s outback is dirt roads, red desert, dust and kangaroos. This view, though, gives another perspective to that idea and is typical of the REAL outback – land on which our Aborinines have lived and roamed for over 40,000 years. We are in the Borrodaile region of western Arnhem Land where we spent 3 nights at Davidson’s Arnhem Land Safaris – an up market, and very expensive, destination that is worth every single solitary cent. We were taken on tours galore, both of creeks, bilabongs etc and also of ancient caves and rocky landscapes where we saw rock art that dated back over 10,000 years.
Arnhem Land,Northern Territory,Australia
Sony A55, 16-80 Zeiss lens, nd8 filter, aperture priority