Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre is Australia's largest inland salt lake. It also has the lowest natural point in Australia at 15 metres below sea level.
After having spent time at the historic outback pub William Creek Hotel I drove a further 70km to Hallian Bay to experience this natural wonder. I was told the lake puts on quite a show when the lake fills up with water.
Whilst I was not fortunate enough to experience a water filled spectacle, however the dry salt bed spanning some 9000 sq km presented me with a rather unique perspective. This left me to wonder how life manages to sustain itself until the next fill comes along, hopefully in a few decades time.
Photographic print signed by Duncan Udawatta, printed on fine art fibre pearl paper.
Print will be supplied with an extra 5mm white margin for handling and framing purposes.