The outback of Australia’s Northern Territory is consistently red in color and rather wild to traverse.
Rocks shaped like mushrooms are red and the climate can be the extreme of hot and cold in the course of one day.
Nowhere is there anything but wild vegetation, although “wild” sometimes includes unwanted invasive species.
The best part of “wild” means minimal (almost nonexistent) light pollution and a visible array of stars from the moment night descends on this straight, red dirt road.
I could have done with borrowing your last image for the club long exposure competition
So which photo did you enter? Did you win?
It has yet to be judged – I have entered 2 – the first a Aurora Shot of the Callanish STone on Isle of Harris and the second classic waterfall
The Aurora Shot is beautiful! I think I missed the waterfall. Best wishes for the competition.