People    

People

Everybody has a story. This collection of environmental portraits is a celebration of some of those stories.

This picture: Artists Lloyd Kwilla and Claude Carter stood below the Ngumpan Cliffs, on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia.

Artists Lloyd Kwilla and Claude Carter, Ngumpan Cliffs, Western Australia 2011. Image © Nathan Dyer

Balloon    

Balloon

In May 2011, the Royal Australian Air Force visited the remote community of Warmun, Western Australia. This gallery celebrates the magic of flight.

This picture: John Mosquito with son, John Junior, and wife Lucinda Malgil, relaxed after an early-morning balloon flight.

John Mosquito, John Junior and Lucinda Malgil, Warmun, Australia 2011. Image: Nathan Dyer © The West Australian

Muster    

Muster

Each year, between March and November, Australia's million-acre cattle stations roll into gear for the annual muster. This gallery is an up-close look at life in the saddle on Home Valley Station, Western Australia.

This picture: Head stockman and third-generation cowboy, Cyril Yeeda, sat on his horse Custard on the banks of the Pentecost River.

Stockman Cyril Yeeda, Home Valley Station, Australia 2011. Image: Nathan Dyer © The West Australian

Patrol    

Patrol

Australian and New Zealand troops stationed in Timor Leste form the only dedicated Anzac force serving anywhere in the world. This gallery documents troops on patrol near Viqueque, Timor Leste.

This picture: A woman held her child as an Australian Army Blackhawk helicopter delivered supplies to Anzac troops on foot patrol in Timor Leste.

Mother and child, Viqueque, Timor Leste 2011. Image: Nathan Dyer © The West Australian

Timor    

Timor

Timor Leste is a country with a troubled past and an uncertain future. But in the eyes of the Timorese there is unshakable hope. This gallery contains images from visits to Timor Leste in 2010 and 2011.

This picture: A young man flexed his muscles at a camp for internally displaced people in Dili, Timor Leste.

Young man, Dili, Timor Leste 2011. Image © Nathan Dyer

Utes    

Utes

To their owners they are more than just vehicles. The humble ute is one of the great Australian icons.

This Picture: Farmhand Jesse Davidson stood with his 1998 Toyota LandCruiser tray back at Wentworth, New South Wales.

Jesse Davidson, Wentworth, New South Wales. Image © Nathan Dyer

Collector    

Collector

When Nick van Lierop inherited his grandmother's antelope fur coat she bought for her wedding in Holland in 1939, it was the beginning of his vintage fur collection.

This image: Nick van Lierop wore a piece from his vintage fur coat collection at his home in Fitzroy North, Victoria.

Vintage fur collector Nick van Lierop. Image © Nathan Dyer

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