Outback New South Wales

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A dust devil touches ground near Silverton.

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Next services.

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Crows reclaim an abandoned ice creamery in the mining town of Broken Hill.

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Roadhouse-turned-billboard near Wilcannia.

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A woman reads the Adelaide Advertiser from the cool of her van.

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Family counselling, Broken Hill.

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An aboriginal nanny buys a locally-bottled soft drink at a roadhouse in Bourke. Many of the towns in north-western New South Wales are so-called “dry zones” with the sale or importation of alcohol strictly prohibited.

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Spur lines.

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An abandoned train station and dredged-up tracks in Broken Hill.

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Austin Andrews is a Vancouver-based photojournalist and occasional filmmaker with a penchant for finding the fantastic in the everyday. Contact him at austin [at] disposablewords [dot] net

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