I do find the small triangle of road in the lower left a bit distracting.
--- Frank (www.gorga.org/blog)
P.S. Where is "here"?
I left the bit of road to show it was across 180 decrees ; but I can understand your thoughts. I will also fiddle with #3 to see what happens.
and here is here
A very isolate and arid part of the Australian Outback. Closest city (pop 30,000) is three hours to the south. Cobar; a small town is 4/5 hour to the east. Closest legally accessible water reservoir is about an hour away at menindee lakes. And there isn't much in between any of those places mentioned. It's a long way west to anything and further up north!
Just for interest and long away off landscape photography; I drive these to and from [440 Kms return (130 kms is a dirt road)] a mineral sand mine. The road trains are about 40 meters long and weigh 113 tones loaded. Cruising speed is 90KPH. We work a 10 days on and 5 days off Roster. I'm back on tomorrow at 5 am to do two trips in about 12-14 hours. BTW there are much bigger road trains opperating in Australia