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Kantju Gorge, Uluru, AustraliaPastel and pen-and-ink on paper. One of two water holes at Uluru (sometimes called "Ayers Rock") that sustained human life in central Australia for 30,000 years.
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Mutitjulu Water Hole, UluruPastel and pen & ink on paper. The other water hole at Uluru. Despite being in the middle of a huge desert, dew settles on the top of the rock at night and runs down channels carved over millions of years to the base of the rock. This made the rock a little oasis, capable of sustaining a couple of dozen humans.
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Worm Head from the SouthPastel and Pen & Ink on Paper. A3 size.
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Palm frondsPastel, oil pastel, pen and india ink. A2 size. From a sketch made on Ellis Beach, Queensland, Australia
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Rocks at Bolt HeadPastel and Pen & ink on paper
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Beech Tree (Wytham Woods)Pastel on Paper
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Wood and WaterPastel on Paper
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Sunset from the peak of Cader IdrisDigitally manipulated photo
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Meadfoot BayDigitally manipulated photo
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Farmoor Reservoir from Wytham WoodsPastel on Paper
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Worm Head (Gower Peninsula)Pastel on Paper
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Rocks in the Priscilly HillsPastel on Paper
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