Eyre Sculptures at Night

By: Steve Johnston


Kimba, Australia

2017 June 19


From the photographer: "Edward John Eyre sculptures in silhouette against a backdrop of the Milky Way. Eyre is credited as the first man to cross the Australian continent from Sydney to Swan River (now Perth) in 1838-41 assisted by indigenous men. Sculpted by Roland Weight and Marcus Possingham. The sculptures are located on a small hill near Kimba, a rural service town on the Eyre Highway in South Australia."
Technical details: Single-exposure, Canon 5D MkII, Samyang 14mm lens, f/2.8, ISO-6400, 20s.
Steve Johnston

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