About the Book
Travelling up from Adelaide on the Ghan to Alice Springs, Australia’s vast open country is revealed - an incredible landscape shaped into its current form over 500 million years.
The changing hues of the extraordinary Uluru throughout the day are majestic: the rising sun is reflected burgundy, gradually illuminating the rocks into a fiery blaze of orange and then subsiding into deep red and purple tones as the sun sets. At night billions of stars of the Milky Way are complimented by the Field of Light art installation.
Heading up to Arhnem land for a glimpse of the culture of the Aboriginal People who have been telling their stories there for 40,000 years. Finishing the journey off in the harsh, yet beautiful, world of Kakadu.
Mark Cunich’s lifelong passion for travel has led him to more than 50 countries across all 7 continents, camera in hand. From nomadic tribes on the Mongolian Steppe to penguin colonies in Antarctica, Mark has captured rare insights into remote cultures and the natural world. Mark's deft eye for story can be seen in his intimate portraits from across the globe. With a background in accounting and finance, Mark joined Unconventional Conventions full time in 2010 and hit BRW’s Fastest growing business list in 2014. Now, as Managing Director of Unconventional Conventions Mark spends over half his year travelling to new and exciting locations around the world.