Photography Week


During winter in northern Australia, you’ll see thousands of tiny fires dotting the landscape. Some are from lightning strikes, but most are planned ‘burns’ to manage the land. The resulting smoke in the air can detract from the classic landscape photograph, but it can also create some wonderfully atmospheric opportunities, especially at night when the lines of the fire fronts can be clearly seen.

Also emblematic in this part of the world is the shapely boab tree, but it can be challenging to find one suitably positioned, away

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