I took some time off from my life and headed up to the Northern Territory to hike the Larapinta Trail - 240-odd kms with sidetrips. END TO END: HIKING THE LARAPINTA TRAIL is a brief distillation of those 15 days into 4 minutes.
You can read about it at The Guardian here:
The Trail traverses the West MacDonnell Ranges National Park, the traditional homelands of the Central Arrernte, Western Arrernte and Luritja peoples. They've been looking after Tyurretye for 10,000s of years, and hiking through this harsh landscape dominated by reds, greens, yellows and the bluest skies, you get a powerful sense of time flowing on a different, deeper level.
I hiked west to east, spending the first week alone then meeting up with a couple of mates for the second week.
Apart from a couple of drone shots, which I got later, everything was shot handheld on my Panasonic GH5 with the kit 12-60 lens and the new Laowa UWA 7.5mm f2. I'd hardly used the camera before going on the Trail, so this was a hell of a test for it.
DJI Phantom 4
LOTS of bloody batteries