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Australian photography: David Flanagan « Previous | |Next »
February 6, 2013

David Flanagan is a Canberra based photographer specialising in architectural and abstract aerial landscape photography. After graduating from the Canberra Institute of Technology with a BA Design (Photography) in 2004. He relocated to Sydney and established himself as a successful commercial photographer and exhibiting landscape photographer.

FlanaganDDavenport RangesAerial.jpg David Flanagan , Davenport Ranges, Aerial, 2010, from the Red Series

This Red series explores the very remote South Australian Desert areas of Lake Eyre, The Painted Hills and the Davenport Ranges, which are approximately 1000kms north of Adelaide.

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