Just for my trusted Marree Camel Cup viewers are images from the recent Marree Camel Cup this month, July 2013. Hope you enjoy. Unfortunately I was only able to be at the Cup this year for a couple of hours. Of course the Donkey Racing showed how stubborn donkeys can be.
Coming soon will be the coverage of the LEYC 2013 Sailing Regatta at Lake Hope following the Camel Cup. This was a four hour drive from Marree through the sand dunes of Ettudunna and Mulka Stations. Many thanks to the land holders for allowing us the priviledge of crossing their lands to such a remote part of our country. It was a huge priviledge to camp and see how beautiful the outback is with water around.
In 2010 I had the pleasure of flying over both Lakes of Lake Eyre when they both were in flood. This year I repeated the flight and have taken more photographs of the experience. Such a dramatic change in the drying up of water that it is difficult to show the same parts with and without water.
I have just recently returned from a weekend at Woods Point, Victoria. This was a weekend away with friends for the purpose of off-road driving in the snow primarily to Mount Skene. As luck would have it it snowed over the weekend giving great opportunity for some snow landscape photography. However not cold enough at Woods Point itself. The theme of the weekend was to get some images that are timeless, that is to say were they taken last week or early last century? The snow helps hide time and Woods Point is locked into an era that takes us back in time. This is it's quintessential attraction.
Please enjoy the imagery.