My home in the desert. September 2, 2013 photographybycalliec Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLinkedInLike this:Like Loading...
16 thoughts on “My home in the desert.”
That countryside is like we say: flat as a pancake. Interesting to have a look, Callie.
yes it is mostly flat, there is an area called cooks well (just on the property) and it has unusual hill I will put a pic on as soon as I edit more,most of the images have the plane window in them as that was where I was shooting from as I am to short to see over the dash of the plane. I had a go at steering for about 3 minutes.Ill leave that to the professionals…
Great photo! Love the orange color and the roads.
thanks its amazing from the air,and I am so lucky that I got to go up in the station plane.
The view from above is so much than that on the ground. And, the expanse of land is tremendous. Look forward to seeing more.
Oops, left out a word: The view from above is so much different than that on the ground.
yes it is so different,still red or orange,amazing landscape and lifestyle
Thanks David,when people ask where I live I say “in the middle of no where”. I only have till the 25th to capture more images as I leave then, Im on a new venture in life to ???????
Wow! What a fascinating shot.
thanks I was very lucky to go up in the station plane and was able to capture some images.Its always different when you see from the air.Its one isolated area out where I am living, but i will be leaving on the 25th of this month,so who knows where I will end up????
What an amazing view and sight! Very interesting to me, thanks for posting this!
Thanks Phil,from the station there is 360 degree of nothing,very isolated,very red,lots of flies,severe heat,and I love it out here.Simplicity of life is what I like,one needs to think outside the square and be adaptable for every situation.Water is the most important thing when travelling out here because if you break down you could be there for days before you see a single car go by,and people die out here because they aren’t prepared with that simple thing called water, and you stay with your car.
Thanks for giving us that aerial perspective. It’s no wonder there is so much red in your photos.
yes its red, hot, flies, dust and isolated. 360 degrees of nothing.
Thank you,its amazing country