Australia's Wild Places
Australia's Wild Places celebrates the Australian landscape photographers whose works capture and encapsulate the essence of their country. From the drama of bush scapes to the untouched rocky crags of Western Australia and the serenity of the Tasmanian rainforest, the works collected here trace the development of photogrpahy and a nation's environmental awareness from the early 1800s to the present day. Drawing on the extensive collection of the National Library of Australia, Australia's Wild Places highlights the fingerprints humans have left on our landscape through the lenses of some of Australia's greatest photographers.
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1968 colour slide 1984 colour photograph 27.9 cm Pictures 35 mm Pictures aerial Antarctic Australia early 1950s Australian landscape b&w photograph Beach Blue Mountains bush camera Charles Bayliss Clair National Park cm Pictures Collection colour photograph 64.2x51.4 colour slide 35 courtesy Christine Burgess courtesy Liz Dombrovskis courtesy Melva Truchanas Cradle Mountain Creek David Moore digital photograph Pictures E.W.Searle expedition Flinders Range Frank Hurley Frankland Range Franklin River gelatin silver photograph Gordon River Grose Valley Growth Forest Area Harold Cazneaux Herbert Ponting images June Orford Kimberley Lake Pedder landscape photographs Macquarie Island Melbourne Nicholas Caire Northern Territory Olegas Truchanas Olive Cotton Peter Dombrovskis professional photographer Queensland Reproduced courtesy Christine Reproduced courtesy Liz Reproduced courtesy Melva Richard Woldendorp b.1927 Rock Island Bend Snowy Mountains Snowy River South Wales Southwest Tasmania St Clair National Stephen Spurling Styx Valley Threatened Sydney taken Tasmania Unknown photographer View Western Australia Western Australia early wild place Wolfgang Sievers