Ploughed field, wheatbelt, Western Australia, Australia.  A plough turning the corner creates an unusual design.
Ploughed field, wheatbelt, Western Australia, Australia. A plough turning the corner creates an unusual design.

Taken 1985 with a Pentax 6x7 camera with Agfachrome 100 ASA film.

Pink Lake, north-west of Esperance, Western Australia, Australia.  This is the natural colouration of the salt lake.
Pink Lake, north-west of Esperance, Western Australia, Australia. This is the natural colouration of the salt lake.

Taken August 1988 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Agfa 50 RS film.

Oyster industry near Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia.  The grid pattern is formed by the oyster racks.
Oyster industry near Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia. The grid pattern is formed by the oyster racks.

Taken February 1989 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak EPP 100 film.

Irrigated rice growing area at Mareeba, inland from Cairns, northern Queensland, Australia.
Irrigated rice growing area at Mareeba, inland from Cairns, northern Queensland, Australia.

Taken February 1989 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak EPR film.

A natural salt lake with tyre tracks near Kambalda, Western Australia, Australia.
A natural salt lake with tyre tracks near Kambalda, Western Australia, Australia.

Taken August 1991 with a Canon EOS ID camera and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Coast at low tide, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia.  At low tide drainage lines form a pattern, contrasting against the mangroves.
Coast at low tide, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia. At low tide drainage lines form a pattern, contrasting against the mangroves.

Taken August 1991 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Salt lakes surrounded by wheat fields, 50kms north east of Esperance, Western Australia, Australia.
Salt lakes surrounded by wheat fields, 50kms north east of Esperance, Western Australia, Australia.

Taken February 1994 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Harvesting hay, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia.  The black soil plains contrast against the crops.
Harvesting hay, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. The black soil plains contrast against the crops.

Taken November 1990 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak EPP 100 film.

Trees after flooding of Lake Argyle, Ord River, Western Australia, Australia.  Because of the permanent water level of the dam the trees eventually die.
Trees after flooding of Lake Argyle, Ord River, Western Australia, Australia. Because of the permanent water level of the dam the trees eventually die.

Taken August 1995 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji RVP film.

Lake Austin, central Western Australia, Australia.  This natural salt lake has numerous islands with saltbush vegetation.
Lake Austin, central Western Australia, Australia. This natural salt lake has numerous islands with saltbush vegetation.

Taken March 1995 with a Pentax 6x7 and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Edge of Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia.  The receeding water dries, causing interesting colour variations.
Edge of Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia. The receeding water dries, causing interesting colour variations.

Taken March 1995 with a Pentax 6x7 and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Ant clearings, Great Sandy Desert, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia.  The vegetation has been cleared by ants and taken underground leaving areas approx. 4 – 5 metres across.
Ant clearings, Great Sandy Desert, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia. The vegetation has been cleared by ants and taken underground leaving areas approx. 4 – 5 metres across.

Taken in 2003 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, a 65mm lens and Kodak Ektachrome 100 ASA film.

Top of Curtis Island, estuary and sand banks. Cape Capricorn, north-east of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.
Top of Curtis Island, estuary and sand banks. Cape Capricorn, north-east of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.

Taken June 1997 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak Ektachrome 100 film.

Pinnacle desert, Nambung National Park, Western Australia, Australia.  Sand dunes with limestone formations.
Pinnacle desert, Nambung National Park, Western Australia, Australia. Sand dunes with limestone formations.

Taken in 2003 with a Pentax 6x7 camera, 135mm lens and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Tributaries, Gascoyne area, Western Australia, Australia.  A pattern of tiny creeks eventually finish up in the Gascoyne River.
Tributaries, Gascoyne area, Western Australia, Australia. A pattern of tiny creeks eventually finish up in the Gascoyne River.

Taken in 2003 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, a 65mm lens and Fuji 100 Velvia RVP film. 

Top of Curtis Island, estuary and sand banks, Cape Capricorn, north-east of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.
Top of Curtis Island, estuary and sand banks, Cape Capricorn, north-east of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.

Taken June 1997 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak Ektachrome 100 film.

Forrest River, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia.  A tidal river system, north-west of  Wyndham.
Forrest River, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia. A tidal river system, north-west of Wyndham.

Taken in 2003 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, a 65mm lens and Velvia 100 film.

Lake Dumbleyung near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia.  This is a natural salt lake, discoloured by run off from the surrounding wheat farm.
Lake Dumbleyung near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia. This is a natural salt lake, discoloured by run off from the surrounding wheat farm.

Taken in 2005 with a Linhoff Technorama camera and Ektachrome 200ASA film. 

Scrub land with small rivers, Murchison, Western Australia, Australia.  This shows the inland water catchment area for the Murchison River.
Scrub land with small rivers, Murchison, Western Australia, Australia. This shows the inland water catchment area for the Murchison River.

Taken in 2004 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, 65mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Sand dunes north of Lancelin, Western Australia, Australia.  Coastal wind creates a wave like pattern on the sand.
Sand dunes north of Lancelin, Western Australia, Australia. Coastal wind creates a wave like pattern on the sand.

Taken June 2004 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N, 35 135 lens and Velvia 50 film. 

Bushfire pattern, Western Australia, Australia.  Variations in burnt patterns show past fires, criss-crossing over time.
Bushfire pattern, Western Australia, Australia. Variations in burnt patterns show past fires, criss-crossing over time.

Taken July 2004 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak Ektachrome

Coastal river pattern, Northern Territory, Australia.  Tidal variations create a design.
Coastal river pattern, Northern Territory, Australia. Tidal variations create a design.

Taken in 2004 with a Canon EOS1N 35mm camera and Fuji 100 film.

Ocean pattern near Eighty Mile Beach between Port Hedland and Broome, Western Australia, Australia.  The seabed with its tonal variations is seen through the water’s surface.
Ocean pattern near Eighty Mile Beach between Port Hedland and Broome, Western Australia, Australia. The seabed with its tonal variations is seen through the water’s surface.

Taken July 2004 with a Canon EOS 1D camera, 28 x 135 zoom lens and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Lake Dumbleyung near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia.  This natural lake has been affected by surrounding farming causing it to become saline.  After the first rains the salt lake, turns pink.
Lake Dumbleyung near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia. This natural lake has been affected by surrounding farming causing it to become saline. After the first rains the salt lake, turns pink.

Taken in 2005 with a Fuji 6x9 camera and Velvia 100RDP film.

Spinifex landscape, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia.  The Spinifex growth patterns contrast subtly against the red soil.
Spinifex landscape, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia. The Spinifex growth patterns contrast subtly against the red soil.

Taken in 2005 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Plough patterns near Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia.  The plough creates patterns as it deviates around rocks and vegetation and combined with the colours in the soil, forms a subtle pattern.
Plough patterns near Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia. The plough creates patterns as it deviates around rocks and vegetation and combined with the colours in the soil, forms a subtle pattern.

Taken June 2004 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji RDP 100 film.

Strezlecki Desert, South Australia, Australia.  Goyder’s lagoon with water from the Cooper Creek area.
Strezlecki Desert, South Australia, Australia. Goyder’s lagoon with water from the Cooper Creek area.

Taken in 2005 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Edge of Lake Lefroy, south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia.  After the seasonal rain, the red colour from the surrounding area streams into the lake.
Edge of Lake Lefroy, south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia. After the seasonal rain, the red colour from the surrounding area streams into the lake.

Taken in 2005 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Plough patterns near Toodyay, Western Australia, Australia.  The plough manoeuvred between rocks leaving a pattern against the new green grass.
Plough patterns near Toodyay, Western Australia, Australia. The plough manoeuvred between rocks leaving a pattern against the new green grass.

Taken in 2005 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Harvesting wheat near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia.  A pattern created by the harvester is almost complete.
Harvesting wheat near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia. A pattern created by the harvester is almost complete.

Taken November 2005 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 ASA film.

Swimmers on Bondi Beach, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  A midday summer scene on one of Sydney’s famous beaches.
Swimmers on Bondi Beach, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. A midday summer scene on one of Sydney’s famous beaches.

Taken May 2006 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Coastline between Esperance and Cape Arid, Western Australia, Australia.  This shows the reflection of the clouds in the lake, with the beach and ocean in the foreground.
Coastline between Esperance and Cape Arid, Western Australia, Australia. This shows the reflection of the clouds in the lake, with the beach and ocean in the foreground.

Taken July 2006 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Coastal salt lake, east of Israelite Bay, Western Australia, Australia.  The blue pattern is caused by water flooding across the natural salt lake.
Coastal salt lake, east of Israelite Bay, Western Australia, Australia. The blue pattern is caused by water flooding across the natural salt lake.

Taken 2006 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 RVP film.

Ocean between Ningaloo Reef and Coral Bay, Western Australia, Australia.  The blue variation is due to the ocean’s floor level.
Ocean between Ningaloo Reef and Coral Bay, Western Australia, Australia. The blue variation is due to the ocean’s floor level.

Taken November 2006 with a Pentax 6x7 camera, 200mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 ASA film.

Burnt forest, snowfields Victorian Alps, Victoria.  The burnt forest stands out against the snow on the slopes of Mt Hotham, Victorian Alps, Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia.
Burnt forest, snowfields Victorian Alps, Victoria. The burnt forest stands out against the snow on the slopes of Mt Hotham, Victorian Alps, Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia.

Taken September 2007 with a Canon 5D and 24 – 105mm lens.

Water patterns, Lake Macleod, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia.  Salt water leaches into the lake from the ocean nearby creating an interesting biological process.
Water patterns, Lake Macleod, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia. Salt water leaches into the lake from the ocean nearby creating an interesting biological process.

Taken November 2006 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, 65mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100.

Lake Hilman, central Western Australia, Australia.  The edge of a natural salt lake.
Lake Hilman, central Western Australia, Australia. The edge of a natural salt lake.

Taken January 2007 with a Pentax 6x7 camera, 200mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film. 

Lake Moore, Western Australia, Australia.  Sand bars stand out on the natural salt lake.
Lake Moore, Western Australia, Australia. Sand bars stand out on the natural salt lake.

Taken in 2007 with a Pentax 6x7, 200mm f4 lens and Fuji 100 RDP.

Waste ore dump, Lake Lefroy, south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia.  Gold and nickel operation near Kambalda.
Waste ore dump, Lake Lefroy, south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia. Gold and nickel operation near Kambalda.

Taken in 2006 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, Fuji Velvia 100 film and 65mm lens.

Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia.  This is a natural salt lake showing flood pattern with a sandbank.
Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia. This is a natural salt lake showing flood pattern with a sandbank.

Taken in 2007 with a Pentax 6x7 camera, 200mm f4 lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia.  This is a natural salt lake showing sandbanks, the result of seasonal flooding.
Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia. This is a natural salt lake showing sandbanks, the result of seasonal flooding.

Taken January 2007 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, 65mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Sheep with sheep tracks, Western Australia, Australia.  Sheep tracks radiate from the water source.
Sheep with sheep tracks, Western Australia, Australia. Sheep tracks radiate from the water source.

Taken 1986 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Scrub country north of Cue, Western Australia, Australia.  Rain and fertility combined, produces a very uniform growth pattern.
Scrub country north of Cue, Western Australia, Australia. Rain and fertility combined, produces a very uniform growth pattern.

Taken January 2007 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Bauxite residue waste storage area, Gove, Northern Territory, Australia.
Bauxite residue waste storage area, Gove, Northern Territory, Australia.

Taken in 2007 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia RVP film.

Creek emerging through snow, near Mt Hotham, Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia.
Creek emerging through snow, near Mt Hotham, Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia.

Taken September 2007 with a Canon 5D and 24 – 105mm lens.

Victoria Desert, South Australia, Australia.  The dune landscape with its consistently uniform vegetation.
Victoria Desert, South Australia, Australia. The dune landscape with its consistently uniform vegetation.

Taken in 2000 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji RDP film.

Lake Austin between Cue and Meekatharra, Western Australia, Australia.  These  islands are part of the character of this natural salt lake.
Lake Austin between Cue and Meekatharra, Western Australia, Australia. These islands are part of the character of this natural salt lake.

Taken March 1995 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji RDP 100 film.

Lake Grace, Western Australia, Australia.  Salt bush edges this natural salt lake.
Lake Grace, Western Australia, Australia. Salt bush edges this natural salt lake.

Taken August 1997 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Velvia 35mm 50 film.

Sand dune, Windorah, Queensland, Australia.  Late light on the drifting sand dune, south east Queensland.
Sand dune, Windorah, Queensland, Australia. Late light on the drifting sand dune, south east Queensland.

Taken in 1994 with a Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia 50 ASA film.

Saltwater affected dam, Wagin, Western Australia, Australia.  Rising saltwater table from surrounding wheat farms, killed the forest and freshwater dam.
Saltwater affected dam, Wagin, Western Australia, Australia. Rising saltwater table from surrounding wheat farms, killed the forest and freshwater dam.

Taken in 1998 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia RVP film.

Turkey nest dam near Newdegate, Western Australia, Australia.  A Turkey nest dam contrasts against the ploughed field.
Turkey nest dam near Newdegate, Western Australia, Australia. A Turkey nest dam contrasts against the ploughed field.

Taken in 1994 Pentax 6x7 with Fuji RVP film.

Dead trees on a flood plain, Northern Territory, Australia.  Drowned forest east of Darwin.
Dead trees on a flood plain, Northern Territory, Australia. Drowned forest east of Darwin.

Taken in 1998 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Tractor ploughing wheatfield, Northam, Western Australia, Australia.  After the rain, the new season’s wheat crop is being planted.
Tractor ploughing wheatfield, Northam, Western Australia, Australia. After the rain, the new season’s wheat crop is being planted.

Taken June 1992 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia RVP film.

Tidal creek east of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.  Salt encrusted trees line the edge of the creek.
Tidal creek east of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Salt encrusted trees line the edge of the creek.

Taken May 1990 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Agfachrome 100 film.

Mudflats, Derby, Western Australia, Australia.  Light is reflected on the mud and water surfaces, at low tide.
Mudflats, Derby, Western Australia, Australia. Light is reflected on the mud and water surfaces, at low tide.

Taken June 1980 with a Nikon FM and Kodachrome II film.

Spinifex, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia.  The Spinifex growth patterns contrast subtly against the red soil.
Spinifex, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia. The Spinifex growth patterns contrast subtly against the red soil.

Taken August 1990 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Kodachrome 64 35mm film.

The mouth of the estuary at Greenough River, Western Australia, Australia.  The tannin stained river breaks through the sandbar and reaches the ocean.
The mouth of the estuary at Greenough River, Western Australia, Australia. The tannin stained river breaks through the sandbar and reaches the ocean.

Taken January 1990 with a Pentax 6x7camera and Kodak EPR 100 film.

Farmland north of Mullewa, Western Australia, Australia.  Interesting patterns made by criss-crossing the paddock with a tractor while ‘stump picking’.
Farmland north of Mullewa, Western Australia, Australia. Interesting patterns made by criss-crossing the paddock with a tractor while ‘stump picking’.

Taken August 1985 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Kodachrome 64 35mm film.

Vegetable gardens, Spearwood near Perth, Western Australia, Australia.  Rows of vegetables covered with plastic, contrast against the rich soil.
Vegetable gardens, Spearwood near Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Rows of vegetables covered with plastic, contrast against the rich soil.

Taken August 1991 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Lake Macleod with clouds reflected, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia.  Man made evaporation ponds for producing salt.
Lake Macleod with clouds reflected, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia. Man made evaporation ponds for producing salt.

Taken in 1982 with a Leica 35mm camera and Kodachrome film.

Ploughed field, wheatbelt, Western Australia, Australia.  A plough turning the corner creates an unusual design.
Pink Lake, north-west of Esperance, Western Australia, Australia.  This is the natural colouration of the salt lake.
Oyster industry near Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia.  The grid pattern is formed by the oyster racks.
Irrigated rice growing area at Mareeba, inland from Cairns, northern Queensland, Australia.
A natural salt lake with tyre tracks near Kambalda, Western Australia, Australia.
Coast at low tide, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia.  At low tide drainage lines form a pattern, contrasting against the mangroves.
Salt lakes surrounded by wheat fields, 50kms north east of Esperance, Western Australia, Australia.
Harvesting hay, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia.  The black soil plains contrast against the crops.
Trees after flooding of Lake Argyle, Ord River, Western Australia, Australia.  Because of the permanent water level of the dam the trees eventually die.
Lake Austin, central Western Australia, Australia.  This natural salt lake has numerous islands with saltbush vegetation.
Edge of Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia.  The receeding water dries, causing interesting colour variations.
Ant clearings, Great Sandy Desert, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia.  The vegetation has been cleared by ants and taken underground leaving areas approx. 4 – 5 metres across.
Top of Curtis Island, estuary and sand banks. Cape Capricorn, north-east of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.
Pinnacle desert, Nambung National Park, Western Australia, Australia.  Sand dunes with limestone formations.
Tributaries, Gascoyne area, Western Australia, Australia.  A pattern of tiny creeks eventually finish up in the Gascoyne River.
Top of Curtis Island, estuary and sand banks, Cape Capricorn, north-east of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.
Forrest River, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia.  A tidal river system, north-west of  Wyndham.
Lake Dumbleyung near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia.  This is a natural salt lake, discoloured by run off from the surrounding wheat farm.
Scrub land with small rivers, Murchison, Western Australia, Australia.  This shows the inland water catchment area for the Murchison River.
Sand dunes north of Lancelin, Western Australia, Australia.  Coastal wind creates a wave like pattern on the sand.
Bushfire pattern, Western Australia, Australia.  Variations in burnt patterns show past fires, criss-crossing over time.
Coastal river pattern, Northern Territory, Australia.  Tidal variations create a design.
Ocean pattern near Eighty Mile Beach between Port Hedland and Broome, Western Australia, Australia.  The seabed with its tonal variations is seen through the water’s surface.
Lake Dumbleyung near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia.  This natural lake has been affected by surrounding farming causing it to become saline.  After the first rains the salt lake, turns pink.
Spinifex landscape, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia.  The Spinifex growth patterns contrast subtly against the red soil.
Plough patterns near Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia.  The plough creates patterns as it deviates around rocks and vegetation and combined with the colours in the soil, forms a subtle pattern.
Strezlecki Desert, South Australia, Australia.  Goyder’s lagoon with water from the Cooper Creek area.
Edge of Lake Lefroy, south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia.  After the seasonal rain, the red colour from the surrounding area streams into the lake.
Plough patterns near Toodyay, Western Australia, Australia.  The plough manoeuvred between rocks leaving a pattern against the new green grass.
Harvesting wheat near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia.  A pattern created by the harvester is almost complete.
Swimmers on Bondi Beach, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  A midday summer scene on one of Sydney’s famous beaches.
Coastline between Esperance and Cape Arid, Western Australia, Australia.  This shows the reflection of the clouds in the lake, with the beach and ocean in the foreground.
Coastal salt lake, east of Israelite Bay, Western Australia, Australia.  The blue pattern is caused by water flooding across the natural salt lake.
Ocean between Ningaloo Reef and Coral Bay, Western Australia, Australia.  The blue variation is due to the ocean’s floor level.
Burnt forest, snowfields Victorian Alps, Victoria.  The burnt forest stands out against the snow on the slopes of Mt Hotham, Victorian Alps, Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia.
Water patterns, Lake Macleod, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia.  Salt water leaches into the lake from the ocean nearby creating an interesting biological process.
Lake Hilman, central Western Australia, Australia.  The edge of a natural salt lake.
Lake Moore, Western Australia, Australia.  Sand bars stand out on the natural salt lake.
Waste ore dump, Lake Lefroy, south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia.  Gold and nickel operation near Kambalda.
Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia.  This is a natural salt lake showing flood pattern with a sandbank.
Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia.  This is a natural salt lake showing sandbanks, the result of seasonal flooding.
Sheep with sheep tracks, Western Australia, Australia.  Sheep tracks radiate from the water source.
Scrub country north of Cue, Western Australia, Australia.  Rain and fertility combined, produces a very uniform growth pattern.
Bauxite residue waste storage area, Gove, Northern Territory, Australia.
Creek emerging through snow, near Mt Hotham, Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia.
Victoria Desert, South Australia, Australia.  The dune landscape with its consistently uniform vegetation.
Lake Austin between Cue and Meekatharra, Western Australia, Australia.  These  islands are part of the character of this natural salt lake.
Lake Grace, Western Australia, Australia.  Salt bush edges this natural salt lake.
Sand dune, Windorah, Queensland, Australia.  Late light on the drifting sand dune, south east Queensland.
Saltwater affected dam, Wagin, Western Australia, Australia.  Rising saltwater table from surrounding wheat farms, killed the forest and freshwater dam.
Turkey nest dam near Newdegate, Western Australia, Australia.  A Turkey nest dam contrasts against the ploughed field.
Dead trees on a flood plain, Northern Territory, Australia.  Drowned forest east of Darwin.
Tractor ploughing wheatfield, Northam, Western Australia, Australia.  After the rain, the new season’s wheat crop is being planted.
Tidal creek east of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.  Salt encrusted trees line the edge of the creek.
Mudflats, Derby, Western Australia, Australia.  Light is reflected on the mud and water surfaces, at low tide.
Spinifex, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia.  The Spinifex growth patterns contrast subtly against the red soil.
The mouth of the estuary at Greenough River, Western Australia, Australia.  The tannin stained river breaks through the sandbar and reaches the ocean.
Farmland north of Mullewa, Western Australia, Australia.  Interesting patterns made by criss-crossing the paddock with a tractor while ‘stump picking’.
Vegetable gardens, Spearwood near Perth, Western Australia, Australia.  Rows of vegetables covered with plastic, contrast against the rich soil.
Lake Macleod with clouds reflected, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia.  Man made evaporation ponds for producing salt.
Ploughed field, wheatbelt, Western Australia, Australia. A plough turning the corner creates an unusual design.

Taken 1985 with a Pentax 6x7 camera with Agfachrome 100 ASA film.

Pink Lake, north-west of Esperance, Western Australia, Australia. This is the natural colouration of the salt lake.

Taken August 1988 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Agfa 50 RS film.

Oyster industry near Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia. The grid pattern is formed by the oyster racks.

Taken February 1989 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak EPP 100 film.

Irrigated rice growing area at Mareeba, inland from Cairns, northern Queensland, Australia.

Taken February 1989 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak EPR film.

A natural salt lake with tyre tracks near Kambalda, Western Australia, Australia.

Taken August 1991 with a Canon EOS ID camera and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Coast at low tide, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia. At low tide drainage lines form a pattern, contrasting against the mangroves.

Taken August 1991 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Salt lakes surrounded by wheat fields, 50kms north east of Esperance, Western Australia, Australia.

Taken February 1994 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Harvesting hay, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. The black soil plains contrast against the crops.

Taken November 1990 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak EPP 100 film.

Trees after flooding of Lake Argyle, Ord River, Western Australia, Australia. Because of the permanent water level of the dam the trees eventually die.

Taken August 1995 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji RVP film.

Lake Austin, central Western Australia, Australia. This natural salt lake has numerous islands with saltbush vegetation.

Taken March 1995 with a Pentax 6x7 and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Edge of Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia. The receeding water dries, causing interesting colour variations.

Taken March 1995 with a Pentax 6x7 and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Ant clearings, Great Sandy Desert, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia. The vegetation has been cleared by ants and taken underground leaving areas approx. 4 – 5 metres across.

Taken in 2003 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, a 65mm lens and Kodak Ektachrome 100 ASA film.

Top of Curtis Island, estuary and sand banks. Cape Capricorn, north-east of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.

Taken June 1997 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak Ektachrome 100 film.

Pinnacle desert, Nambung National Park, Western Australia, Australia. Sand dunes with limestone formations.

Taken in 2003 with a Pentax 6x7 camera, 135mm lens and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Tributaries, Gascoyne area, Western Australia, Australia. A pattern of tiny creeks eventually finish up in the Gascoyne River.

Taken in 2003 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, a 65mm lens and Fuji 100 Velvia RVP film. 

Top of Curtis Island, estuary and sand banks, Cape Capricorn, north-east of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.

Taken June 1997 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak Ektachrome 100 film.

Forrest River, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia. A tidal river system, north-west of Wyndham.

Taken in 2003 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, a 65mm lens and Velvia 100 film.

Lake Dumbleyung near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia. This is a natural salt lake, discoloured by run off from the surrounding wheat farm.

Taken in 2005 with a Linhoff Technorama camera and Ektachrome 200ASA film. 

Scrub land with small rivers, Murchison, Western Australia, Australia. This shows the inland water catchment area for the Murchison River.

Taken in 2004 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, 65mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Sand dunes north of Lancelin, Western Australia, Australia. Coastal wind creates a wave like pattern on the sand.

Taken June 2004 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N, 35 135 lens and Velvia 50 film. 

Bushfire pattern, Western Australia, Australia. Variations in burnt patterns show past fires, criss-crossing over time.

Taken July 2004 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Kodak Ektachrome

Coastal river pattern, Northern Territory, Australia. Tidal variations create a design.

Taken in 2004 with a Canon EOS1N 35mm camera and Fuji 100 film.

Ocean pattern near Eighty Mile Beach between Port Hedland and Broome, Western Australia, Australia. The seabed with its tonal variations is seen through the water’s surface.

Taken July 2004 with a Canon EOS 1D camera, 28 x 135 zoom lens and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Lake Dumbleyung near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia. This natural lake has been affected by surrounding farming causing it to become saline. After the first rains the salt lake, turns pink.

Taken in 2005 with a Fuji 6x9 camera and Velvia 100RDP film.

Spinifex landscape, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia. The Spinifex growth patterns contrast subtly against the red soil.

Taken in 2005 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Plough patterns near Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia. The plough creates patterns as it deviates around rocks and vegetation and combined with the colours in the soil, forms a subtle pattern.

Taken June 2004 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji RDP 100 film.

Strezlecki Desert, South Australia, Australia. Goyder’s lagoon with water from the Cooper Creek area.

Taken in 2005 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Edge of Lake Lefroy, south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia. After the seasonal rain, the red colour from the surrounding area streams into the lake.

Taken in 2005 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Plough patterns near Toodyay, Western Australia, Australia. The plough manoeuvred between rocks leaving a pattern against the new green grass.

Taken in 2005 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Harvesting wheat near Wagin, Western Australia, Australia. A pattern created by the harvester is almost complete.

Taken November 2005 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 ASA film.

Swimmers on Bondi Beach, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. A midday summer scene on one of Sydney’s famous beaches.

Taken May 2006 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Coastline between Esperance and Cape Arid, Western Australia, Australia. This shows the reflection of the clouds in the lake, with the beach and ocean in the foreground.

Taken July 2006 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Coastal salt lake, east of Israelite Bay, Western Australia, Australia. The blue pattern is caused by water flooding across the natural salt lake.

Taken 2006 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 RVP film.

Ocean between Ningaloo Reef and Coral Bay, Western Australia, Australia. The blue variation is due to the ocean’s floor level.

Taken November 2006 with a Pentax 6x7 camera, 200mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 ASA film.

Burnt forest, snowfields Victorian Alps, Victoria. The burnt forest stands out against the snow on the slopes of Mt Hotham, Victorian Alps, Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia.

Taken September 2007 with a Canon 5D and 24 – 105mm lens.

Water patterns, Lake Macleod, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia. Salt water leaches into the lake from the ocean nearby creating an interesting biological process.

Taken November 2006 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, 65mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100.

Lake Hilman, central Western Australia, Australia. The edge of a natural salt lake.

Taken January 2007 with a Pentax 6x7 camera, 200mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film. 

Lake Moore, Western Australia, Australia. Sand bars stand out on the natural salt lake.

Taken in 2007 with a Pentax 6x7, 200mm f4 lens and Fuji 100 RDP.

Waste ore dump, Lake Lefroy, south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia. Gold and nickel operation near Kambalda.

Taken in 2006 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, Fuji Velvia 100 film and 65mm lens.

Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia. This is a natural salt lake showing flood pattern with a sandbank.

Taken in 2007 with a Pentax 6x7 camera, 200mm f4 lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Lake Moore, central Western Australia, Australia. This is a natural salt lake showing sandbanks, the result of seasonal flooding.

Taken January 2007 with a Fuji 6x9 camera, 65mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Sheep with sheep tracks, Western Australia, Australia. Sheep tracks radiate from the water source.

Taken 1986 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Scrub country north of Cue, Western Australia, Australia. Rain and fertility combined, produces a very uniform growth pattern.

Taken January 2007 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji Velvia 100 film.

Bauxite residue waste storage area, Gove, Northern Territory, Australia.

Taken in 2007 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia RVP film.

Creek emerging through snow, near Mt Hotham, Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia.

Taken September 2007 with a Canon 5D and 24 – 105mm lens.

Victoria Desert, South Australia, Australia. The dune landscape with its consistently uniform vegetation.

Taken in 2000 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji RDP film.

Lake Austin between Cue and Meekatharra, Western Australia, Australia. These islands are part of the character of this natural salt lake.

Taken March 1995 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji RDP 100 film.

Lake Grace, Western Australia, Australia. Salt bush edges this natural salt lake.

Taken August 1997 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Velvia 35mm 50 film.

Sand dune, Windorah, Queensland, Australia. Late light on the drifting sand dune, south east Queensland.

Taken in 1994 with a Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia 50 ASA film.

Saltwater affected dam, Wagin, Western Australia, Australia. Rising saltwater table from surrounding wheat farms, killed the forest and freshwater dam.

Taken in 1998 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia RVP film.

Turkey nest dam near Newdegate, Western Australia, Australia. A Turkey nest dam contrasts against the ploughed field.

Taken in 1994 Pentax 6x7 with Fuji RVP film.

Dead trees on a flood plain, Northern Territory, Australia. Drowned forest east of Darwin.

Taken in 1998 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Fuji 100 RDP film.

Tractor ploughing wheatfield, Northam, Western Australia, Australia. After the rain, the new season’s wheat crop is being planted.

Taken June 1992 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia RVP film.

Tidal creek east of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Salt encrusted trees line the edge of the creek.

Taken May 1990 with a Pentax 6x7 camera and Agfachrome 100 film.

Mudflats, Derby, Western Australia, Australia. Light is reflected on the mud and water surfaces, at low tide.

Taken June 1980 with a Nikon FM and Kodachrome II film.

Spinifex, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia. The Spinifex growth patterns contrast subtly against the red soil.

Taken August 1990 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Kodachrome 64 35mm film.

The mouth of the estuary at Greenough River, Western Australia, Australia. The tannin stained river breaks through the sandbar and reaches the ocean.

Taken January 1990 with a Pentax 6x7camera and Kodak EPR 100 film.

Farmland north of Mullewa, Western Australia, Australia. Interesting patterns made by criss-crossing the paddock with a tractor while ‘stump picking’.

Taken August 1985 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Kodachrome 64 35mm film.

Vegetable gardens, Spearwood near Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Rows of vegetables covered with plastic, contrast against the rich soil.

Taken August 1991 with a 35mm Canon EOS 1N camera and Fuji Velvia 50 film.

Lake Macleod with clouds reflected, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia. Man made evaporation ponds for producing salt.

Taken in 1982 with a Leica 35mm camera and Kodachrome film.

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