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When photographing the northern Flinders Ranges of South Australia it’s a bit hard to ignore Sillers Lookout.

It’s visited by about 10,000 people a year. It’s an important tourist attraction which bring lots of tourism dollars to a remote part of Australia and all the businesses along the way.

When I was taking this picture I was intent on getting the beautiful colours and detail, right out to the Wooltana plains beyond.

The northern tip of Lake Frome, a giant salt lake can be seen on the horizon to the right.

A less orthodox view of the lookout very few people see.