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February 16, 2013

Peter MacDonald lives at Parachilna in the heart of the Flinders Ranges and he runs regular 3-day workshops based at the Prairie Hotel at Parachilna.

In 2010 he spent five months on and off photographing the flooding of Lake Eyre in central Australia at heights which ranged from 150 to 760 metres from the rear door of a light aircraft. The results are impressive:

MacDonaldPLake Eyre.jpg Peter MacDonald, Saltwater Pink - Lake Eyre Lake Eyre, 2010

An online exhibition of the Lake Eyre series can be found here. Other photographs of Lake Eyre are here.

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