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Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park protects desert landscapes, the nation's largest salt lake and the lowest point on the mainland. When I first visited in April 2010, it was about seventy per cent full. I spent three days flying the region, and the experience has been a highlight of my fifty plus years photographing Australia. In this work, the water creeps across the lake's channels away from where the Warburton River flows into the lake in the north.
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THE ART OF LAND, BLACK & WHITE MEMORIES
Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park protects desert landscapes, the nation's largest salt lake and the lowest point on the mainland. When I first visited in April 2010, it was about seventy per cent full. I spent three days flying the region, and the experience has been a highlight of my fifty plus years photographing Australia. In this work, the water creeps across the lake's channels away from where the Warburton River flows into the lake in the north.