As the sun sets on the Australian outback, the vegetation disappears gradually, becoming nothing more than shadowy figures.               Above the flora, the sky turns to fiery colors, giving the set its graphic nature.
The distant fading planes that usually compose a landscape have disappeared, giving birth to black cutout silhouettes.
Like the work of a craftsman from the canton of Vaud, who would have meticulously cut out the outlines of a chalet or a cow,                        we only perceive the silhouettes of the vegetation that populates the Australian Outback.
Then a cutout vision of the land appears and almost beams us into space, had we not both feet on the ground. 

© daniel belet

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