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MATERIALS USED

Fine Art Giclee Photograph, Boxed Frame under Museum Grade Glass

DESCRIPTION

Part of the popular Sub Goyder's series of images shot just south of the Goyder's Line in South Australia.

The line was drawn by the Surveyor General of the time, mid 19th century and was designed to show the area of arrable, cropable land (south of the line) as distinct from the arid land above the line.

My series focuses on land around the line, in this case north of Burra.

On fine art paper behind museum grade glass.

An exclusive image, meaning once only and never again.

TAGS

burra, goyder's line, alex frayne, south australia, landscape, colour, long lens