Photographer's Note

Lots of people travel across Australia's Nullarbor Plain without realising what the name means. Null arbor means "no trees" although the actual part with no trees is just one part in South Australia.
This photo was taken on the way home from my recent trip to Western Australia on a day with massive dark clouds and storms out to sea. With the sun on the low shrubs of the plain it made for a great sight, especially with so many wild flowers in bloom.
The land is dead flat as far as the eye can see.

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