Australian photographer Murray Fredericks has undertaken sixteen trips over the course of eight years to the Lake Eyre in Australia to take a set of incredible photographs.
Lake Eyre is the lowest point in Australia at around 15m below the sea level. It is filled once a year after the monsoon season and then the water slowly evaporates. When the lake is full, a phenomenon is that around midday the surface becomes very flat and reflects the sky in a way it is virtually impossible to see the horizon. All this allowed Fredericks to take a series of fantastic abstract landscape photorgaphs.
Here’s a quick selection of some of them, and you can see the whole series on his website.