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Posts Tagged ‘Steinar Ellingsen’

Image gallery from Port Hedland’s Cemetery Beach.

A few shots from around the industrial town of Port Hedland.

Ep. 9: Port Hedland may not be the most scenic of towns, but its beaches still offer a natural spectacle.

Preview: Coming up in this week’s episode: We observe Flatback sea turtles nesting on Port Hedland’s Cemetery Beach.

Ep. 8: A 2000 km drive in three days before we farewelled the old year from the camel’s back and went looking for dinosaurs.

Just a few “holiday” snaps :)

Image gallery from the 2000kms drive from Broome to Darwin.

Image gallery from our croc adventure in episode 7.

Ep. 7: If Rudolph were here, he would have been eaten by now.

The odyssey entering into the sub-tropics en route to episode 7.

Check out these images from episode 6 of The Inland Sea.

Ep. 6: Alien spacecrafts! Abductions! Government conspiracies! …and a powered campsite for the night, thank you!

A new animated intro has significantly prettied up the packaging of The Inland Sea. Check it out here.

After our meeting with the alleged brown snake at our caravan park in Alice Springs, we had to stop by the local reptile centre to familiarise ourselves with some other crawling locals.

Check out this gallery for a few shots along the road in episode 4 of the odyssey.

Ep. 4: After a quick stop at Australia’s most famous landmark, Uluru, we head to Alice Springs in search for 87-year-old outback pioneer Molly Clark.

En route from Aldinga Beach to Coober Pedy, venturing into the outback.

A few snapshots from behind the scenes of our first week on the road.

Curious about life in an ecovillage? Watch this extended interview with Elizabeth Heij from Aldinga Arts Ecovillage.

Check out our photos from Aldinga Arts EcoVillage.

Ep. 2: In this week’s episode we head to Aldinga Beach, just south of Adelaide. We meet Lynda McCarty who shows us around Aldinga Arts EcoVillage.

Background material: a few shots from Norwegian ecovillage Trehyttelandsbyen (The Tree Hut Village), part of a freelance job in 2007.

Here is some more background information about The Inland Sea and what framed the project.

It is with a mix of excitement, nerves and total exhaustion that I now can finally present the first instalment of The Inland Sea: An Australian Odyssey.