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Red Sand Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 40 pictures in our Red Sand collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


A woman tourist on a sensuously curved dune of the Ruba€™ al Kha Featured Print

A woman tourist on a sensuously curved dune of the Ruba€™ al Kha

A woman tourist on a sensuously curved dune of the Rub al Khali desert at Moreeb Hill. Moreeb means scary, the name given for the 50-degree slope and height of 120 m. Drag races are held here. Near Liwa Oasis, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

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Aeolian, Al Khali, Al Moreb, Arabian Peninsula, Arid Climate, Aridity, Desert, Distant View, El Moreb, Immensity, Landscape, Low Light, One Person, Red Sand, Rub, Rubí Al Khali, Rubial Khali, Scenery, Side View, Uae, Wind Blown

The Dingo Fence Featured Print

The Dingo Fence

The Dingo Fence, at the geographic corner where the boundaries between three States meet; New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. The fence runs along the QLD and NSW border. Cameron Corner, Queensland/New South Wales border, australia

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Dingo Fence, Dog Fence, Exclusion Zone, Great Barrier Fence, Mesh, Outback, Preventative Measures, Prevention, Queensland Border Fence, Red Sand, South Australian Border Fence, Vermin Barrier, Vermin Proof, Wild Dog Barrier Fence, Wire, World?s Longest Structures, Worldís Longest Fence, Worlds Longest Structures

One of several sculptural structures in Mutonia Sculpture Park Featured Print

One of several sculptural structures in Mutonia Sculpture Park

One of several sculptural structures in Mutonia Sculpture Park named Plane Henge - two Beechcraft Baron planes, tails in the ground, wings touching, erected by 50 strong people led by the creator Robin Cooke who comes almost every year to create a new work from found objects. Alberrie Creek, near Marree, South Australia, Australia