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This image represents Outback Australia to me. Taken somewhere along the Stuart Highway, near Coober Pedy, The old fenceline runs along the length of the road.
The red earth and the salt bush is very representative of this region.
The red rocks of the largest man made lake in Australia glow as the last of the setting sun hits them.
From this 4wd only lookout we captured an amazing vista with some of Australia's earthy tones.
Antelope Canyon is one of the most photographed and unreal places on the planet.
Hidden in the Arizona Desert, you would never pick the location existing if you hadn't heard about it. From the surface, these slot canyons look like little 2 -3m wide cracks in the desert floor. However once you descend to the bottom, the origin of the canyons becomes clear from the water smoothed contours. When it rains in this desert the water collects in these small canyons and smashes through carving them deeper and deeper.
This surreal image will intrigue any viewer.