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In the remote Australian outback, 50,000 years ago, the ancient lakebed of Mungo Mungo dried up, giving birth to unique lunette clay formations scattered across the landscape. Driven by the desire to capture this breathtaking scenery under the night sky, I embarked on a solo 1000km journey westward, determined to find new compositions.

A year prior, I had attempted this trip but was forced to turn back, as my sedan couldn't handle the rough conditions. I had walked 26km in the desert heat and found help just as dusk approached, leaving without a single image. This time, I was better prepared for the terrain ahead.

Over several days, I scouted the arid, windswept landscape, spending long nights wandering through sand dunes and encountering red-eyed goats that sent shivers down my spine. On the penultimate day, after admiring numerous ancient clay sculptures, I was struck by a natural path leading to a towering lunette. Excited, I checked my apps to see if the Milky Way aligned with the scene, and was thrilled to discover it perfectly matched the composition I longed to capture.

As dusk settled, I trekked back to the spot, set up my camera equipment, and readied myself to photograph the vast 220° panoramic image I had envisioned.

  • Frames are avaialable in black or white Italian-Made frame or premium Australian oak. Frame size is 3cm wide with a black or white acid-free matboard.  The glass is clear glazed and professionally-finished comes ready to hang in your home.

    If you would like custom framing for a different size print or specific frame, matboard & glazing specs contact David at

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