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Photographer Daniel Craig captures the personalities of Western Australia’s north – the hardworking men and women of the outback – and the excitement of the muster. This snapshot of life on a cattle station depicts the harsh beauty of the Pilbara in images of dusty light, denim, leather and grit.
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
‘There is a raw beauty about the images in Dust that celebrate the unfamiliar surroundings without romanticising the harsh reality.’ Weekend West
‘… both stunning and intimate … Daniel’s photographs deftly capture the richness of the landscape, people and life in the cattle country.’ Subiaco Post
‘Snapping everything from working men and women, machinery, animals and landscapes, Craig’s photographs tell a story about what life is like living in WA’s north.’ Cockburn Gazette
‘The Pilbara region in the north-west corner of our continent is a place of infinitely expansive skies, sparse vegetation and relatively few people … WA photographer Daniel Craig … captured the character of the people and the sense of space in his new book, Dust.’ Good Reading