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Taken with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH1 point & shoot from cabin of Boeing 737 at altitude of approx. 11,000 metres in November 2010.

563 views at 31 May 2012.

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I was captivated by nature’s modern artwork of the creek beds forming a delta pattern or artery as they flowed into the salt pans of Lake Eyre in the Northern part of South Australia and by the contrasting ochre rock, sandy desert and white salt colours of the outback.

Lake Eyre is Australia’s largest salt lake and has seen many floods of varying sizes. Water from its three- state catchment area covers the lake about once every eight years (on average); however, the lake has only filled to capacity three times in the last 150 years.

The lake is the lowest point in Australia, at 15.2 metres below sea level.

Lake Eyre National Park was proclaimed in 1985 and covers an area of 13 523 sq kilometres, including Lake Eyre and several other salt lakes, some of which are heritage listed for their rare tertiary vertebrate fossils.

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lakes, desert, outback, australia, national parks, heritage

Currently working with independent schools in Tasmania

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  • VoluntaryRanger
    VoluntaryRangerover 3 years ago

    Wow that is weird.I like the artery analogy. It’s a bit like a giant brain too.The planet lives….well caught Tony

  • Thanks for your comment Jamie. Yes it does look a bit like a brain. Tony

    – TonyCrehan

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    NatureGreeting...over 3 years ago

    beautiful!!

  • Glad you like it Carolyn. Thanks for your comment. Tony

    – TonyCrehan

  • sarnia2
    sarnia2over 3 years ago

  • Thanks Sarnia

    – TonyCrehan

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 3 years ago

  • Thanks Audrey

    – TonyCrehan

  • evimagery
    evimageryover 3 years ago

    So impresssive!

  • Thank you Evgenia. The salt pan really makes the creek beds stand out. Tony

    – TonyCrehan

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragherover 3 years ago

    amazing

  • Thanks Sean. Interesting sight isn’t it? Tony

    – TonyCrehan

  • Yannik Hay
    Yannik Hayover 3 years ago

    This is beautiful Tony! Love the vein like pattern. Cheers :)

  • Thanks for the fave Yannik and your lovely comment. Glad you like the interesting pattern. Tony:)

    – TonyCrehan

  • BaZZuKa
    BaZZuKaover 3 years ago

  • Feature is much appreciated Carlos. I thought it was an unusual sight, worth capturing. Tony

    – TonyCrehan

  • rocamiadesign
    rocamiadesignover 3 years ago

    Excellent shot!

  • Thank you for the fave and your encouraging comment. Tony

    – TonyCrehan

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELover 3 years ago

  • Thanks Andrea

    – TonyCrehan

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