Sheep Olympics by Malcolm Katon

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While we were on holidays we spent 4 nights on a working sheep station. They had 165,000 hectares and allowed us to wander around at our will.

We were invited to watch them work with some sheep in the yards and take some photos.

Canon 5DMKII
Canon 70-200mm 2.8L
Location: Turlee Station http://www.turleestationstay.com.au/about.html

The station has easy access to Mungo National Park and the air-conditioned cabins were great.

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turlee, mungo, sheep, shearing, outback, nsw, australia, firefly photos, malcolm katon katon

Photography has become a real passion of mine and I take a lot of pride in the images that I create.

The majority of my images are available for sale on this site.

Should you have a need for a photopgrapher please contact me on 0409 710 759 to discuss the services and rates.

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Comments

  • Gary Kelly
    Gary Kellyover 2 years ago

    The kinds of things you take pictures of on holidays. But I must admit I’ve never seen one like this on a postcard.

  • Maybe there is a market for it?

    – Malcolm Katon

  • donnnnnny
    donnnnnnyover 2 years ago

    excellent capture malolm the outback brings out the best in your Photography

  • Thanks Donny, the location certainly helps!

    – Malcolm Katon

  • Rocksygal52
    Rocksygal52over 2 years ago

    Great Ozzie capture Malcolm.

    Cheers Jude

  • Thanks Jude:-)

    – Malcolm Katon

  • Maree Cardinale
    Maree Cardinaleover 2 years ago

    I love this!

  • Thanks Maree:-)

    – Malcolm Katon

  • Hans Kawitzki
    Hans Kawitzkiover 2 years ago

    Perfect timing,great action

  • Thank you Hans:-)

    – Malcolm Katon

  • vividpeach
    vividpeachover 2 years ago

    You have a few images that would be GREAT in Down on the Farm

    We would LOVE to have you submit them!

  • SandraNightski
    SandraNightski2 months ago

    Gosh I love this shot! I have to admit .. being from America .. the outback of Australia fascinates me. This image is exactly the kind of thing I imagine when I think of the outback … hope you’re not laughing. :-) The diagonal line you have going supports the dynamic aspect of this image. The dust flying against the blue sky … well done, Malcolm.

  • Thanks Sandra, the outback is a special place and I can’t get enough of it.

    – Malcolm Katon

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