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Capturing Australia’s Outback in 3-D: Part 2

Intro: Arguably the most famous landscape of Australia, I got to venture into the heart of the outback “red centre” as part of a geology-photography project (AusGeol). Our journey captures multiple meteor impact craters (!!), the famous Uluru (aka Ayer’s rock), Kata Tjuṯa (aka the Olgas), King’s Canyon and more! This post is Part 2
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Australia, Geology, Northern Territory, Map, Travel, Adventure, Camping, Science, Geography, Blog, Rocks, Outback, Photography, 3-D photography, National Park, Explore, Outdoors, Nature, Earth, Earth Science, Geoscience, Hiking, Bushwalking, Scientific Communication, Trip, Education, Landscape, camp

Capturing Australia’s Outback in 3-D: Part 1

Intro: I recently got to take part in a neat project, called AusGeol, which provides a repository of digital geological teaching and learning resources that documents the diverse geology of Australia. A colleague and I were assigned the task of visiting the Northern Territory (N.T.) to document (through photography) some interesting and important geological sites. In
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