“Australia in my eyes” exhibition

Chambers Pillar is the most photogenic rock  near Alice Springs, NT. Photographers paradise.

White Cliffs opal miner. White Cliffs are 300km NE of Broken Hill. Great place for photography.

Purple Lake Eyre. Constant change of light and colours make Lake Eyre my favorite place to photograph, wet or dry.

Finniss Springs, Arubunna country, SA. Salt, sand and mud of Lake Eyre basin create endless opportunities for creative photographers.

aerial photograph of patterns created by wind, salt, mud and water on Lake Eyre beach.

“Drifting Memories” shifting sand dunes of Fowlers Bay SA. have always something to offer to photograph.

Historic Cobb&Co staging Hungerford Hotel in outback Queensland, about 450km from Broken Hill, is a great place to visit. There is always opportunities for interesting photos.

Exhibition of photographs of my favorite places and people from the Australian outback and around the Broken Hill area, will open on 28.3.2013 in chateau Blansko Museum, near my home town Brno in southern Moravia, Czech Republic. My father, Rudolf Hlavica, use to work in the local art foundry as a designer in 1930′s, hence the connection with my exhibition. Thanks to the management of Blansko Museum and the the curator Jindřich Čeladín this exhibition became possible.

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