I took 598 photos last week. Please to enjoy the first instalment. (Feel free to tune in again in a month if photos of red desert dust doesn't do it for you. We spent a week camping in the Outback, stopping for a day in Broken Hill first).
At a rest stop on the way
beautiful old buildings abound in Broken Hill's town centre
Sunset over Broken Hill, from the Miners' Memorial
The Miners' Memorial
Pro Hart's rolls royce
Not Pro Hart's rolls royce
Biggest ant hole ever
Sturt's Desert Pea. I have approximately 352 photos of wildflowers. After a once in a lifetime wet winter this year, the desert is ablaze with wildflowers right now.
At the Sculpture Symposium
Sculpture Symposium again
And again. The Sculpture Symposium was a month long sculpture festival (in 1993) atop a hill outside the town where a dozen or so artists from around the world were invited to camp and make a sculpture each. The result is breathtaking and quite moving when you read the stories around them.
Many, many more pictures here, and more being added over the next few days. I haven't even started to upload the camping pictures yet.