In the relentless, harsh reality of the Australian outback, there are fleeting moments of beauty…. in the morning or the evening, when the light catches a cliff face. It might be the desert clouds or the reflections at sunrise or sunset. It might be that transient splash of water or some emerging vegetation after a recent desert sprinkling.
There is always a reminder that human beings are bit players in the march of geological time. Contemplate this interpretation of the forces of nature at work in the outback, some of the oldest environments on this planet. This outback serves as a beacon to be reacquainted with our core values and an understanding that the natural world facilitates.