Canning Stock Route: a gallery
The need to maintain focus on the trail in front means we see our companions in travel – mostly in time to avoid them
As well as the mostly infrequent smattering of burnt-out 4WDs, this motorbike remains a scavenged monument to the self-sufficiency asked of everyone on the CSR
Gallahs in the dusk-light at well 41 (Panasonic zoom at 100mm, f/4.0)
This expanse of zero-shade coincided (fittingly) with lunchtime. So, it was delayed until something better could be found (Rokinon 7.5mm Fish-eye)
Lizard escape tracks – they would run along the middle of the track before a sharp right angle turn into the bushes (Panasonic zoom 100mm f/2.8)
The ‘inhabitants’ of the Canning Stock Route – some we met, and others only tracks and night-time noises.
Beautiful, Beautiful and more.
Thank you Erik.
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(And I wanted to ask if we can see some of Sarah’s photos, too, now that she has technical support to get them online…=
Argh… OK Anna I will get on to it but I really didn’t take many, something about carrying a baby everywhere meant I really couldn’t be lugging a DSLR up and down gorges as well!