At the end of June I spent a week in the Northern Territory, based in Alice Springs, on a photography workshop organised by Phototrekabout Tours. It was a fantastic experience – to see the country, take endless photographs and to learn from experienced and friendly tutors, while enjoying oneself. We spent time at the Desert Springs Wildlife Centre, travelled to the East and West McDonnell Ranges, visited Standley Chasm, Ormiston George, Emily Gap, Jessie Gorge, Corroboree Rock and many more interesting and beautiful places. We went all the way to Uluru, Kata Tjuta and King’s Canyon, where I had an amazing helicopter ride over the canyon to see it in it’s full glory.
These are a few shots which cover some the the first few days, up to our time at Uluru – landscapes only, but lots more to come. Enjoy!