A Sunburnt Country
by Andrew McPherson, NSW
Living Australian 2011/2012 Division
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- Camera Make
- Camera Model
- Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
- Shutter Speed
- 1/250 seconds
- Focal Length
- 50 mm
Creatively explore the theme 'Make Your Mark Australia' through your photograph.
We are an ancient and unique country. The crust on which we stand is some of the oldest on the planet. Our land has been weathered by time and scorched by sun. I photographed the Baobab trees in the Kimberley surrounded by desert plains. This photograph depicts the ancient, remote, harsh and beautiful land of outback Australia. A photograph of Australia which makes its mark on time itself.
Who or What is Featured in the Photo?
The ancient form of the Baobab trees in a sunburnt landscape
The Kimberley Western Australia
02 October 2008