Trashed Cars of the NT Photoblog

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      Beautiful Burnt out Cars in the Northern Territory

      Everyone has a weird thing that they secretly like… For me, it’s abandoned and graffitied things. I find a simple beauty in burnt out cars; the way the windows shatter into tiny squares, and how the seats become majestically disfigured. Something that someone once loved and used every day. Something someone protected and put money into. Just left on the side of the road with no more worth to a soul. It’s a stark reminder of the circle of life. I feel similarly about abandoned buildings.

      The trashed cars I found in Northern Territory were especially appealing. Bright red dirt juxtaposed with the steel of the cars was something I found captivating. So, for now, I will leave you with some photographs of the majestic beasts I came across during my trip around the NT.

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      Photography by Crystal Egan, taken on the roads from Darwin to Alice Springs and Ayres Rock. 

      READ: A Complete Guide to the Northern Territory

      Location Info

      Country: Australia
      Language: English
      Currency: Australian Dollars
      $1 USD = $1.30

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      Categories: Adventure & off the Grid, Australia, Photography
      Crystal Egan

      Passionate baby goat cuddler and part-time adventurer, Crystal can often be found doing headstands on the edges of cliffs, taking photos of abandoned buildings or sleeping on deserted islands with dangerous criminals. She has too many awesome stories and helpful tips to keep them all to herself so follow along and in return she will bring you inspiring pictures, travel videos and a whole load of fun!

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