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I'm a Cairns, far north Queensland, Australia professional photographer specialising in travel, editorial and environmental portraiture.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Fantastic FNQ photo Friday


People often forget that the road north doesn't stop at Cairns, or even Cooktown for that matter. In fact it goes all the 
way to the very tip of Australia. The pristine wilderness of Cape York is truly spectacular and one of the most amazing 
sights up there are these giant termite mounds on the flood plains. This beautiful mound was deep in the heart of the 
Aurukun Wetlands, on the banks of the Archer River.
 
Cape York is one of this country's last wild places and if you ever get a chance to drive off the bitumen north of Cooktown 
then I definitely recommend you do it. Click over to my website if you'd like to see more photographs of
the beautiful Aurukun Wetlands.
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that get posted there that don't make it to the blog and it's an easier place to have lots of great conversations
about photography. 

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