Tuesday, January 15, 2013


Between the years of 2003 and 2010, Murray Fredericks made sixteen solo journeys to the featureless surface of Lake Eyre, a usually dry salt pan in the Australian Outback.
Immersed in 'pure space', Fredericks camped alone in the centre of the lake photographing a 'landscape without landscape' for up to five weeks at a time. The solitude, simplicity and repetition of the days, created an approach that was integral to the production of the images.
Also, there's a documentary about Fredericks' journey and process to create these amazing images: Salt. (It won a lot of awards at film festivals around the globe)

1 comment:

Diana Mieczan said...

Oh my goodness, those are stunningly beautiful. WOW, I am speechless. Muah