SA Deserts Trip

Will write some words about this trip soon but in the meantime all I can say it was an amazing adventure of exploration, camping, driving, amazing campfires, 40 degrees days to 14 degrees days, flies, road kills, rain, mud that won't wash off, red dust, surprised road side tourists, natural 29 degree spas bubbling out of the desert, Icelandic landscapes,space stars, $25 fish and chips etc.

Loz wrote some words about her modelling on this trip, see my last post for her own take. From my side: I've never seen any one so dedicated and committed to their profession. It humbled me much. This isn't a place for the faint of heart. The dirt, mud, dust and flies didn't matter to her, and the blood, cuts, bruises and bites she had by the end of the trip... well it was above and beyond really. Thanks Loz.

And I didn't even mention the amazing images and videos we captured!

Winding through the Flinder's Ranges last week's epic trip to the SA deserts with Loz Lightyear - Art model-muse. On Kodak Portra 160 - Mamiya 7

We found an Iceland in the desert. On Kodak Portra 160 - Mamiya 7

"I just pointed the camera at the first THING I saw" - Loz.

Carrying strange found desert objects.

Transcended Emu.

Roadside shooting tools ready for action.