Come Mid January I have accepted a new job offer in Eromanga, “The furtherest town from the sea”.I will be Co managing a motel /restaurant/Post office and caravan Park. The P.O. will also be a gallery where I will be able to display and sell my work. Looks like Im drawn to the red dirt,heat and flies in the outback, no sea breezes out there. The town consists of approx 30 people on a good day, and 31 once I arrive, there are more emus wandering the streets than people.
15 thoughts on “The outback from above.”
Beautiful photo Callie … congratulations xx
Calliel, this really helps me feel the outback. I look forward to seeing and reading about your adventures come January
Wow, what a great job. You’ll be pretty busy! I hope your art sells well. Cheers, Brenda
Some place. Talk about cabin fever…..
yes there is a lot of nothing out there, cheers Callie
Congrats Cailie on the new job, sounds like you will be busy. Great photo by the way.
thank you Im very excited about my job,its great that they are opening the gallery and hopefully I will be doing the dinosaur photography when they do the next digs in winter.
Congratulations on the new job. It seems you’ve been bitten by wide-open places. 🙂
thank you David I obviously have something drawing back to the desert country, maybe its all the flies…heat… I think I love the simplicity of life.
Wow, that’s a whole lot of empty! Congrats on the new job!
thank you Im a bit excited about the job,and yes a big country full of nothing, very dry at the moment bad drought,
Awesome news! How great to have your own gallery space 🙂 Dinosaur photography sounds very intriguing too. What do they mine their?
Thank you, they mine oil and gas and growing. Yes Im very excited about the dinosaurs it will be amazing to see the digs.
Shame it’s not opals! It would be interesting to see pre-polished opals photographed. I look forward to the palaeontology pics 🙂