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Francois Peron National Park, Western Australia

I’d been looking for some red sand dunes to shoot and I knew we’d find some beauties on the west coast of Australia. The earth of this land is millions of years old, and remnant iron oxides have turned it a deep rich red. I wanted to shoot these dunes at Cape Peron at sunset so the soft afternoon light would underline the ridges left on them by the prevailing south-westerly winds and the long shadows in the foreground would fall in to the darkness of night.

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