An aerial view of Kata Tjuṯa, also known as the Olgas, located about 365km southwest of Alice Springs, NT.
Canberra shrouded in fog, photographed from a hot-air balloon during the Canberra Balloon Spectacular.
Science & Environment
Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre: Interpretations from the air is the first in a series of publications by The Light Collective – a team of Australia’s finest visual artists – which aims to explore modern and progressive interpretations of the Australia’s unique and arresting wild places.
The collection opens for exhibition from 3-12 November, 11am-6pm, at
The Depot Gallery, 2 Danks Street, Waterloo. NSW.
From this cup-shaped cove at Wanna, Sleaford Bay spills across 18km of surf and wind-scalloped dunes along Lincoln National Park’s south-western boundary on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula.
In this dry part of Western Australia, only gnarled desert trees and thorny bushes grow.
This aerial shot of Hardy Reef on the Queensland coast is sure to leave you seeing blue