Lake Eyre in South Australia is 15 metres below sea level and is the lowest point in the country. Between the years of 2003 and 2010, photographer Murray Fredericks has visited the salt pan at Lake Eyre to camp and to take photos of the stark, featureless landscape. Have a look at some of his breathtaking photos and time-lapse video that he shot on location.

See more of Fredericks’ SALT project on his website.

[via Photojojo!]