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Generally I hold the view that Australia is better for wildlife photography and NZ is better for landscape photography. NZ has lots of accessible sites of different form, the light is often clear and spectacular, and there are few ‘human intrusions’ (buildings, powerlines etc). Australia has lots of bird, reptile and mammal species. NZ has a handful of cryptic birds and a lot of cryptic spiders.

Nonetheless, the coastline around Darwin is also interesting. With the amount of red-dust that gets kicked up over the day, the sunsets can be spectacular as the light filters through this dust.

These shots were taken with my film camera (Dynax 7) using Kodak Portra 160 VC (with graduated ND and 81B filters).


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