Cazneaux Tree in the morning sun, Flinders Ranges

Mark Richards

Murray Bridge, Australia

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One of Cazneaux’s most famous images was taken on 1937, of a solitary river red gum tree, near Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia. The title he gave to the photograph was “The Spirit of Endurance”, for the qualities he felt epitomised the tree’s survival in a harsh environment.The tree still stands and, known as “The Cazneaux Tree”, is a notable landmark within the Flinders Ranges National Park, classified as number 239 on the National Trust of South Australia’s Register of Significant Trees

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