Day 41 brought me to staring at my computer screen at 11pm with nothing to write about. Well, not really nothing. I have a bunch of article ideas but they would involve a lot of writing and thinking, something I’m not capable of doing at this time. I’m all writed out.
So, as a total cop out, I decided to put together a little photo mashup of my trip last year to the outback region of New South Wales. Actually, I’ve been writing a little bit about it over on WhyGo Australia (this is a good one to check out), so I have been thinking a lot lately about how I want more outback adventure in my life.
The photos in this post feature Silverton, Menindee, Living Desert Reserve and all the nothingness in between. Enjoy!
A rest stop in the middle of nowhere, if you can’t tell.
You might remember this post about what the Silverton Cafe sells.
Mad Max car! I doubt it’s drivable.
You might remember this photo from the post, “Menindee, the Place Where Dreams Dry Up & Die.”
Did you giggle? I did while taking this photo.
The sky around these parts… stunning.
Ah… the gorgeous, barren country that is Australia.