The Sunday photos from the Outback series

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Sunday is always a good day to stop and think about the past week(s). I was in the outback during Christmas time to train for a long charity ride that will take me in March from Sydney to Uluru (around 4000kms) organised by Variety Cycle. The outback holds real surprises and unexpected historic buildings. It was the case of this woodshed in the Kinchega National Park built almost 150 years ago. All around is now so arid and dry, really not a place for a sheep. It just gives an idea of how the desert is getting wider and wider.

The Menindee Lakes area is another sign of the change in the Australia geography. We have been experiencing less and less rain in the outback and these lakes now are rarely full. But when they do they have actually more water that in the Sydney Harbour. The view of the shiny green grass is quite amazing and unique of this place

The Menindee Lakes area

You expect to see many kangaroos around, and indeed there are few of them, however the emus are the real owner of these land, just everywhere

The emu are the real owner of the Menindee Lakes


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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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