Denmark photographer captures wheatbelt beauty

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Aerial view of Lake Grace
Camera IconAerial view of Lake Grace Credit: Nic Duncan

The rough beauty of Wheatbelt towns has been captured by award-winning Denmark photographer Nic Duncan during a road trip through the region last week.

Shire of Kulin Tin Horse Highway
Camera IconShire of Kulin Tin Horse Highway Credit: Nic Duncan

Ms Duncan said it had been almost a decade since her last visit to the Lake Grace-Kulin area.

She returned to the Wheatbelt to showcase the identities of regional WA towns.

“I went to Lake Grace nine years ago for a project called North of Us. We got to know some of the local artists there and made some strong friendships,” she said.

“I was lucky to meet amazing local artists and get to know some of the older characters in town.

“The strength of the community is something special and the way everyone works together is just inspiring.”

Road signs near Lake Grace
Camera IconRoad signs near Lake Grace Credit: Nic Duncan

Ms Duncan also made a pit stop in Kulin, where she photographed the town’s Tin Horse Highway.

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