Colour is one thing that’s not lacking in the Outback. Photographers go beserk, and I sometimes wonder whether the government will soon have to impose some sort of limit on the number of pixels each person is allowed to use in a day. After all, pixels don’t just grow on trees, you know. We can no longer afford to treat our natural resources as if they were unlimited.
I took a few pictures on a recent trip, but tried not to just snap away at anything which moved. Indeed I concentrated on things which weren’t moving at all, and here’s one of my shots:
Where is this place, and what purpose did it serve in times gone by?