Take an eye-opening adventure to Australia through the magic of the Photicular series, which with its patented technology is not only a delight to behold but to sell, too, with over 2.6 million copies in print and sales in excess of 300,000 copies a year.
In Outback discover the frilled-neck lizard racing along on its two hind feet like a half-terrifying, half-comical miniature dinosaur. A brightly colour galah scraping its beak along a tree limb. Plus exotic peacock spiders who seem to dance in the trees, a too-cute Wombat who lumbers through the grass, and of course a red kangaroo, who hops along, its back legs and massive tail working in unison.
Flipping through the pages of Outback is like a trip of a lifetime to down under. The lively text filled with interesting, insider facts is from Atlas Obscura associate editor Ella Morton, New Zealand-born and Australia-raised.