Saturday, 16 May 2009
Today we rolled into Alice Springs, just on 3,000 km from home, more than half of it on unsealed roads, and well beyond the reach of modern technology. For that reason, and because, well to be frank, there are more exciting things to do than sit in front of a computer, I could be a few thousand kilometres behind with the picture.
So here's my favourite photographer doing her thing on top of Big Red, the most fearsome sand dune in the Simpson Desert.
© postcards from the road