Toward Antarctica - Kangaroo Island B&W #2004

Toward Antarctica - Kangaroo Island B&W #2004

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‘Kangaroo Island is pretty easy to reach by either ferry or plane. Even so, it still feels and is remote.

Renown for its clean air, unique wildlife and amazing landscapes it faces pressure from its own popularity. The rush to establish facilities in the island's National Parks threatens the remoteness that attracts so many.

This picture is from a series I made at Pennington Bay. Rugged beaches, hemmed in by stoney cliffs, face towards Antarctica. From this place there is no land until the great white continent in the south.’

Museum quality, archival print on cotton rag paper

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Kangaroo Island Photography

by Paul Foley

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