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Gibber Art II AL03947

Gibber desert from 10,000 feet between William Creek and Painted Hills northern central South Australia. As a point of interest, the tiny black dots are trees. During this flight in 2010, I started to create a series of landscape textural images under the banner of 'The Art of Land'. This desert is a vast ecosystem, and while it may seem void of wildlife, it is home to the inland many fascinating creatures, the Inland Tipan, one of the world's deadliest snakes.
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THE ART OF LAND
Gibber desert from 10,000 feet between William Creek and Painted Hills northern central South Australia. As a point of interest, the tiny black dots are trees. During this flight in 2010, I started to create a series of landscape textural images under the banner of 'The Art of Land'. This desert is a vast ecosystem, and while it may seem void of wildlife, it is home to the inland many fascinating creatures, the Inland Tipan, one of the world's deadliest snakes.