Leave the wheelchair behind and have freedom!
Kata Tjuta, wow I love this place. Nearly all of my photographic work involves the Australian Landscape, some images are of birds and wildlife (dam hard to photograph, the little creatures keep moving). I very rarely photograph people.
Back in 2011 I was walking around Kata Tjuta (The Olgers) looking for a good image to capture and I noticed a wheel chair dumped in the grass. It made me think that someone had the strength to go further and had enough of the chair ( I cant blame them at all). They only managed to walk 50 meters or so but you had to commend them for the effort of going the extra distance on foot. It shows something about there strength of will.
This should be an inspiration to us all never to give up and push our boundaries, after all if we don’t push our boundaries how do we know what we are capable of.
Kata Tjuta, and also known The Olgas. Which is are a group (36 domes) of large domed rock formations some 360 km from of Alice Springs. Mount Olga, is approximately 540 m above the surrounding plain making it 200m higher than Uluru, Kata Tjuta is my favourite rock mass in the area.
Lloyd Howlett’s Australian landscape limited edition photographs are printed on archival quality canvas (designed to last well in to the next century and beyond) individually numbered and signed. Making each print completely individual.