Ngaanyatjarra Country is made up of 12 communities in the Western Desert, covering an area roughly the size of France. Papulunkutja (Blackstone) is home to some extremely significant sacred sites, as well as the ‘singing stones’ – and an old Datsun ute.
Irrunytju (Wingellina) is a small community near the tri-state border (WA, SA and NT). Just outside the community lies the ‘car graveyard’, on route to the Tomkinson Ranges.
Outside Irrunytju (Wingellina), an old Kingswood. The sunsets in the Western Desert are of stunning colour. Although shot digitally, no post-production has been done on any of these shots, simply capturing the natural colours of the evening desert sky.
On the road near Kalka, a community near the Ngaanyatjarra and Pitjantjatjarra border.
Near Pipalyatjara, also on Pitjantjatjarra Country.
On the Mulga-Giles Highway, towards Warakurna, which replaced the old ‘Gunbarrel Highway’.
On the road to Patjarr, towards Pintupi Country, one of the last areas of Australia to experience contact between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples.
Outside Patjarr Community.
Tjukurla, near Lake Hopkins. An old Holden sits, with rusting bullet holes.