- Posted by Peter MacDonald
- On October 4, 2012
- 1 Comments
- Anna Creek Station
The imagination could take this photograph just about anywhere.
It is arid country under different circumstances from the previous post.
This time it is the effects of good soaking rains.
It could be a macro shot of patterns in the mud but is in fact desert country over Anna Creek station in South Australia’s far north taken from about 5,000 feet or 1500 metres.
The almost tree-like patterns caused by water run-off, combined with hardy scrubs along the water courses created this scene.