Cleanly divided by the horizon line, this frame was shot half an hour after sunset. Seen here through Murray Frederkck's view camera, the clear light of the desert blends right into its reflection on a bit of salty rainwater.
Salt flat shibleen. Photographer Murray Fredericks took sixteen solo trips over eight years to the center of Lake Eyre in Australia, the largest lake in the country and one that forms salt flats every year when the water evaporates. These salt flats provide a perfectly flat, featureless landscape that extends to infinity in every direction, and allow for beautiful abstract photographs.