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Trevor Frost Explores Northern Australia
Posted on February 23, 2015

Early morning in Northern Australia. Clouds building in the distance of the coming monsoon.

Trevor Frost travels so much that we often miss one of his emails from some foreign country. This one’s on us, but we also missed that between his trips to the Ethiopian Highlands and Goa, India, he also fit in a trip to Northern Australia. Now that we’re all caught up, we’re publishing his amazing images of this stark and stunning landscape. —LYA Editor

Images by Trevor Frost

The view from Ubirr, a famous rock art site in Kakadu National Park, Northern Australia

Top: Early morning in Northern Australia. Clouds building in the distance of the coming monsoon.

Above: The view from Ubirr, a famous rock art site in Kakadu National Park, Northern Australia 

Aboriginal rock art of a water turtle

 

Top: Aboriginal rock art of a water turtle. L to R: 1. In the bush you eat food from the land. Dinner this night of a magpie goose. 2. You get super dirty in the outback. Here are Trevor’s feet after 1 day without washing. 3. Trevor Frost and his friend, Aaron Rodwell. Together they are exploring and photographing the region’s wilderness areas. 

Early morning is Trevor's favorite time in Northern Australia. The rock escarpments in the distance are part of rock country, a wild and almost totally un-explored region that belongs to the Aboriginal people.

 

Top: Early morning is Trevor’s favorite time in Northern Australia. The rock escarpments in the distance are part of rock country, a wild and almost totally un-explored region that belongs to the Aboriginal people. L to R: 1. Trevor Frost’s rental boat, in one of the billabongs explored during the trip 2. The Mary River late afternoon, as the sun sets and a storm builds in the distance. 3. Before the wet season begins everything is dry. 

 

An Aboriginal elder guides us to some of the more beautiful parts of his land

 

Top: An Aboriginal elder guides Trevor’s crew to some of the more beautiful parts of his land. L to R: 1. Dirty dishes at camp. 2. Trevor’s friend, Aaron Rodwell, with a baby bull shark he caught while fishing for Barramundi. 3. Trevor Frost and his friend, Aaron Rodwell. Together they are exploring and photographing the region’s wilderness areas.

 

A water buffalo skull found in the bush

Above: A water buffalo skull found in the bush.

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