The spectacular outback : expected and unexpected photography from Australia

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Expect the unexpected in the outback, this is definitely a good advertisement for the red centre of Australia. I found a bra-tree, a bull skull used as decoration in the courtyard, a green valley in the middle of the desert and so much more.

All of these photos come from areas close to Broken Hill (NSW). A distance of 200km is considered to be close in the outback, and generally speaking in Australia.

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This bra-tree is actually a memorial to Maree Kester, a teacher and motorcycle enthusiast from Broken Hill, who died from breast cancer in 2010

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Melbourne-Daily-Photo-Blog-Kinchega- Lake- Menindee- National Park- Outback-Xmas2013_20131225_071_2_3-2Lake Menindee, 120km south of Broken Hill, is empty for the most part of the year. The green grass quickly grows using the remaining of the water from the lake. It is quite amazing to see how green can a desert be as soon as there is a little rain.

 

 


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Stefano Ferro
Stefano is a cycling, movie and life style photographer with a big love for landscape & travel photography. When in Melbourne, his hometown, you will see him cycling around at sunset or sunrise looking for the best spot for a photo of this beautiful city. It is quite amazing how much photography gear he can pack on his bike :o

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