Murray Fredericks is a genius! This extraordinary photographer travelled 16 times over a period of 8 years to the Lake Eyre (a dry salt pan) in Australia to create this project. The lake is known for being the most featureless flat on Earth with only the horizon to define its 3,700 square miles. He spent countless hours patiently capturing the beauty of the landscape without landscape - yet the beak, empty and desolate environment not only provided breath-taking photographs but also took him on an unexpected personal transformation.
Here is the sneak-peek into the documentary he created during his time there. Aren’t those images swoonworthy? The colours blew my mind! Nature is glorious, isn’t it?
P.S: Icelandic midnight sun.
P.P.S: Remember this spot in Bolivia?