Bulldust holes are something we’ve regularly encountered on outback roads and, although sometimes dangerous, they make for great photo opportunities. I took this series up near Weipa on Cape York. It’s called bulldust as these soft patches on an otherwise hard gravel road resemble the loose soil trampled by cattle in stockyards.

Of courses taking these pictures requires a few loops up and down the road and covering the photographer in dust. The last time we tried it we ended up with a heap of red dust inside the trailer! Luckily we’ve now sealed up all the dust sucking holes.

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