Wednesday, 19 October 2011

I love big skies - thanks Murray Fredricks

I fell in love with this set of photos by Murray Fredricks when I first saw them in last months National Geographic. It would appear he and I share the same love of infinite spaces.

Some exposed for over 3 hours the set is not only beautiful it is also a tribute to a photographer with a very powerful eye.
This particular set were shot at Lake Eyre in Australia which he describes as:
"might be the bleakest, most featureless place on Earth—a flat, arid salt sink in Australia with only the horizon to define its 3,700 square miles"

The set has been 16 years in the making.

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