- Posted by Peter MacDonald
- On June 21, 2015
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Lake Frome in South Australia’s far north is a a bit over two and a half thousand square kilometres of salt, glaringly bright in the heat of the day, deceptively beautiful on the first light of the day.
Occasionally a rabbit scampers from one clump of bushes to another along the shoreline. You wonder how they can survive out here. It doesn’t rain often.
Far out on the lake a mob of emus, dots in the shimmering haze.The dune in the distance an outstanding landmark.
A strange landscape for sure.