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There’s many more Lake Eyre and Coongie Lakes shots but I’m wondering if they are are becoming a little repetitious. Feedback through the comments section please.

This was taken in an afternoon shoot. It is similar to the one I selected for the limited edition print run posted a few days ago.

Adam, the pilot from WrightsAir and I spent more than an hour flying around Silcrete Island because of the amazing colours, the stillness of the water and the really evident currents of salt and fresh water.

This is a finger of land from the mainland not far from Silcrete, featured here and posted earlier this month.

Because of the afternoon light, the colours and sunlight made many different effects on the water and the land as we circled around.

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  • Anonymous says:

    Great shots Lake Eyre, flooded Cooper Creek and Coongie Lakes!

    Not at all repetitious. Keep it up.


  • wanderer says:

    Keep them coming SB. Nothing stays the same, nothing repetitious, particularly with the Lake, and changing levels, let alone changing light.

  • Gabby says:

    fabulous photo Peter, and no i dont think they are getting repetitious. i really enjoy seeing another fabulous photo each morning!

  • Anonymous says:

    Don't stop with the Lake Eyre photos. This one is awesome.

  • Anonymous says:

    Great photo. Hard to believe its in the Outback.

  • Anonymous says:

    Continue on with the Flooded North pics, The magnitude of the waters will not be seen like this very often and I enjoy seeing you document it!


  • GH says:

    Lake Photo's are great-and historic..