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Outback Australia

Kaye Menner | Outback Australia Desert - Citron Melon

Outback Australia Desert - Citron Melon

Image I captured of an outback dirt road near Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia. This is desert country, very dry and arid, and the red dust goes everywhere! Our car was full of it. We were amazed to see what we thought looked like snakes growing in the dry dirt or sand on the sides of the road. We though these were paddy melon, but apparently they are Citron Melon.
Kaye Menner | Outback Australia Desert Panorama

Outback Australia Desert Panorama

Four images I stitched together in Photoshop to created a panoramic image of the red dry outback desert in Australia, between Burra, South Australia and Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Kaye Menner | Corellas Over Darling River, New South Wales, Australia

Corellas Over Darling River, New South Wales, Australia

I captured this photograph of part of the Darling River in Menindee which is a small town in the far west of New South Wales, Australia. It was the first town to be established on the Darling River. It was calm and peaceful, then all of a sudden several flocks of Corellas took off in a frenzy. Corella - Bird Licmetis is a subgenus of the white cockatoos (genus Cacatua). They are collectively known as Corellas in Australia.
Kaye Menner | Emus in the Wild

Emus in the Wild

Emus in the wild I captured in outback Australia, New South Wales near Broken Hill. For some reason they like to stroll the dirt roads, but once they hear a car, they take off making photography more difficult. But so great to see them in their natural environment.
Kaye Menner | Outback Tracks to Sunset

Outback Tracks to Sunset

Old railway tracks captured near Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia with tracks leading to an unusual golden sunset with a variety of clouds and some desert vegetation.