As the only female landscape photographer in Australia, Julie Fletcher left Sydney city life 12 years ago and went to Marree, the remotest and tiniest towns in Australia, with her own experience there, who has been seeing the most spectacular and beautiful landscapes in the continent and shooting thousands of photographs, some of which have been published by National Geographic. Behind the achievements she made, a lone traveling photographer’s really a hard way, “It’s not glamorous, it’s hard work, it’s tedious. Sometimes you are camping in very remote areas and you are alone. I’m obviously aware that there are nasties out there that can kill me,” Julie Fletcher told Dailymail.
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