Our “Friday Travel Photo” comes from Startle member (and avid traveler) Lisa Cohen of Los Angeles. Here, she explains her shot: I snapped this photo during a sunrise hike at Arkaba Station, a five-bedroom luxury homestead from the 1850s in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia (one of the continent’s most-ancient landscapes). That’s Kat, our Aussie guide, who helped us spot the wildlife at dawn. The light and the silence in this moment were memorizing and awe-inspiring. You could just stand here and stare at the changing colors of the ranges, and 800 million years of Earth’s existence stares right back at you.
Send us your photos: Want your snapshot to appear in Startle’s “Friday Travel Photo” feature? Send your favorite travel shot to email@example.com. Tell us your name, where you live and a brief description of your photo (What is it? Where is it?). We’ll choose the best and post them on Fridays.Tags: Friday Travel Photo, South Australia