I love Australia, travel & photography
This eternal view is taken on Durhamdowns station on the eastern side of the property. This view goes on and on….The rugged harsh country is very unique, the contrast between the red earth, the blue sky and the yellowing grass creates an artistic composition.
Great photo callie!
Thank you,I love this harsh environment even though the flies the heat and the isolation can be quite challenging at times.
Yes it totally different, and that eternal view is 360 degrees and beyond,
Gorgeous! Especially that sky. Wow.
thanks, the sky is 95% blue as it doesnt rain much out here,cheers Callie
It just clicked who you are!! You were at the ladies day too!!
yes Steph, how are you? There is another ladies day did you get the email from Kristy, she is just starting to organise it, it wont be at Durham this time.How is our job going?
That’s awesome that Kristy is organizing another day! I’ve actually moved to Canada so I can’t come but I must email her and see if I can help some how!!
Oh wow thats a bit exciting,are you liking it?? You can email me on email@example.com if you like.I will have to put a few photos on from the ladies day. Kristy and I are having an exhibition in Sydney in October so thats a bit exciting.
Wonderful picture. Love the gaze against the horizon.
thanks Bente a little different from the white snow
Great composition. Love the expanse of sky…so much space!
thanks, yes there is nearly 3 million acres of space its amazing terrain and an interesting part of Australia,
Wow! What a view Callie!
yes, its rugged and has its own unique beauty.Where ever you look in land land land…..
cheers have a great day Callie
Thanks for stopping by my blog and the like!
Fantastic view. Looks much like western Colorado.
thanks, that’s amazing that it looks like Colorado, Id like to go there one day.
This is an amazing photo you have really captured the expanse and emptiness of our beautiful Aussie out back. I love this sunburnt country….
thanks, it goes on for ever, as the property is close to 3,000,000 acres.I will take a 180 degrees and stitch them together when I get up on another hill or sand dune.
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