Desert Vista, Kata Tjuta, AUS

All landscapes are unique. Yet I am struck by how much they can have in common: desert vistas from places as far apart as Australia and Arizona, for example.

Maybe it has something to do with the one point of continuity: the photographer.


Rounded hills of bare aggregate rocks on horizon; Australian desert in foreground.


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6 Responses to Desert Vista, Kata Tjuta, AUS

  1. Ralph Gibson says:

    They are called biomes in ecology, and have less to do with a common observer than with common solutions evolved independently to common environmental challenges.

  2. Jim Robertson says:

    Did you import the red sand from Red Rock Canyon in Vegas ??☺

    Nice landscape shot

  3. John Whitman says:

    As stated in an earlier reply, the commonality is the word “desert”.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      John – But deserts are so different from each other! What struck me about the two photos was the similar composition – and that *is* the observer, as well as what is observed.

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