This is a very nice picture of an Australian prairie grass, but you can’t see the grass.
This image of an orange-tinted, yellow-brown prairie is from the Great Barrier Reef National Park, Australia.
The photo was taken by marine biologist Chris Bailes, who is also the lead photographer on the new documentary “Dangerous Places: An Australian Prairie Grass.”
He’s working on the film with photographer Mike Peeples.
The landscape of the Great Bay has been photographed on more than 1,000 occasions.
“The Great Bay is a beautiful place, but it’s also a very dangerous place,” Bailis told The Huffington Post Australia.
“There’s a lot of vegetation there, a lot more people than we’d like, a good mix of people and wildlife.”
The Great Bay in Australia.
(Courtesy of Chris Bails) “The area around the Great Bend and the Great River has a lot less wildlife than we would like,” he continued.
“It’s the same with the rest of the area.
It’s a bit of a challenge to get in, but the people are a lot better than the people we’d get on a road trip.”
Bailises team is hoping to shoot in the Great Plains and Great Northern Rivers.
“We have a lot to do there,” he said.
“And the wildlife is amazing.”
“I have a great respect for the wildlife in the region,” he added.
“This is a lovely picture of a prairie, but not a grassy one.” “
So we want to help them out and see how they manage.”
“This is a lovely picture of a prairie, but not a grassy one.”
Bails team is shooting at the Great Australian Grasslands, a massive wetland of grasslands.
The images were taken by Chris Bases team in July.
“I don’t know what I would do without this footage, so we’re going to go and do some of the things that I love doing and shoot the things I love to do,” Bains said.