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My Photo scholarship 2010 entry

Worldwide | Monday, 13 September 2010 | 5 photos

These photos are from a recent trip to document the vast amount of rain that fell this winter (out of season) in central Australia. We spent 9 days walking from Orminston Gorge back to Alice Springs. The trail took across waist deep streams and through the West MacDonnell ranges including Brinkley's Bluff, the highest point in the Northern Territory. Uncharacteristically, the countryside a was a contrast of green flora and the red rocks with many blooming wildflowers. Along the way we also encountered a diverse array of wildlife including huge numbers of grasshoppers, lizards, camels, birds, and even dingoes.

I have recently completed my PhD at University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. In my free time I enjoy shooting wildlife and landscape photography. The majority of my pictures have come during the diverse trips I have done including, hiking in the far Northeast of the USA, mountain biking through Central Asia, mountaineering in Mexico, and walking unsupported across Cape York Peninsula. While studying in Brisbane, I have also spend a significant amount of time on North Stradbroke Island documenting the beauty of the island.

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