One of my favorite things about Australia is the vast tracts of land which remain, to this day, almost completely untouched by humans. I took this photo in the Northern Territory, hundreds of miles from anything resembling a major city. Sure, there are gas stations (“petrol stations” or “Roadhouses”) frequently enough that you'll never run out of gas, but it is possible to pull over and sit for quite a while before a vehicle goes by in either direction. This in a country with only two East-West roads that connect the coasts. That feeling of isolation is hard to get these days, but is incredible when one is able to find it. The sunsets in the Outback are absolutely world-class.
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