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SEE AUSTRALIA: A photography project from around Australia exploring the rare and unique landscapes that Australia has to offer. See Australia is a project by Drikus Cronje that aims to capture and share some of the best kept secrets Down Under. Australia is 11X the Size of Texas and Perth is the second most remote city on Earth (only behind Honolulu). By backing this project Cronje will share with you one of the world's best kept secrets. You must do your own due diligence and be responsible for you purchases. The money raised in this Kickstarter campaign will cover travel, production and printing costs for the postcards. Many of these locations are so remote and isolated that most Australians have never even been there. The majority of the photography will be done In Western Australia as it is more isolated, with many roads less travelled.

It sounds like there is some risk involved. When asked about this Conje said : On a more serious note; I realise there are a number of risks involved with traveling to remote and isolated locations. One is getting lost, another running out of water and thirdly the landscape itself. Many locations will require hiking and contain steep slopes, with the risk of falling.

Traveling and driving long distances can be a risk if you become tired and lose concentration. Lastly, bush fires are another serious threat - with the weather capable of changing at any time.

To eliminate and reduce these risks, I promise to do the following:

I will always let someone know where I am going.
I will always ensure I take enough water with me.
I will always check the weather before I go.
I will always take medical supplies with me.
I will always make sure I rest before I drive.
I will always plan my trip before I go.
I will always double check before I go for a hike."

You can support this project here



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