A Transform Of Life: A Woman Has Left Her Office Job And City Life Heading Into Remote Towns. She Then Found A New Self!

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This is a brave woman who has done the things that most people could only dream of! Bad office relationship and busy city life have bored her so much that she decided to leave all this behind and move to a remote place. Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Julie Fletcher, the brave woman, now lives in the most remote parts of Australia, and takes photos of the beautiful landscape every day. “Photography helped shape the person I am today and transformed my life,” Julie said.

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First Light: Julie Fletcher captured this photograph of Uluru, which is a bright red colour, showing off blue hues. She insists this is the exact colour the rock was when she snapped the shot

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Graveyard: This eerie scene was shot at Menindee Lake in far west New South Wales, and was published in the French National Geographic in May. Fletcher says the ‘surreal milky green water is a natural phenomenon caused by electromagnetic activity from the lightning hitting the waters surface’

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Pathway of Light: Taken in Lake Eyre in remote South Australia, this incredible photograph shows the planet Venus and a sky full of stunning stars. The image has made her a finalist in this year’s David Malin Awards for astrophotography

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Local Talent: Fletcher snapped this horse in Silverton, a tiny outback town in far-west New South Wales, which has a population of less than 100 people

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Fletcher has an incredible signature style, as seen in River Gum, snapped in Brachina Gorge in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia, and Delicious Light, taken in a remote location in mid-north South Australia

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The Pound: This photograph showcasing Mt Ohlssen in the Flinders Ranges in South Australia is one of Fletcher’s best-selling and favourite images

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Red Centre: When she first left the city life Fletcher spent three months in the centre of Australia capturing sensational images of Ayers rock in the Northern Territory such as Nightscape and Blue Tears and Bloodwoods

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Passion: The 42-year-old said photography helped transform her after a difficult relationship. Pictured here is the Glen Helen Gorge in the Northern Territory

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Watching: The photographers portfolio contains hundreds of species of Australian wildlife, like this pelican in Emu Bay on Kangaroo Island in South Australia

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In Flight: A flock of Corellas taking off from a dead tree in an unidentified location

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Egrets: In this shot two herons sit perched on the end of a tree branch in Menindee Lakes in far-west New South Wales

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In The Fog: Taken in the Great Otoway National Park, also known as the Otoways or the Otoway Ranges, this shot shows off the huge forest located in Victoria

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Cascades: Uluru in the Northern Territory gets a makeover when there’s heavy rain in the area, and rivers can be seen gushing down the crevices of the red rock

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Loner: A flock of black swans were captured flying over the Flinders Ranges, the largest mountain range in South Australia

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Cutie: Fletcher often manages to snap photos of wildlife up close, like this adorable marsupial at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park in South Australia

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Excuse Me: This little kangaroo looked a little lost, or perhaps just curious as he poked his head up out of the long grass somewhere in the Australian outback

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Bright Eyes: A Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby was posed for Fletcher in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia, where she has spent much of her time snapping the scenery

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Fog: Taken in late June of this year, what looks like dust is actually fog rolling across the Oodnadatta Track in outback South Australia

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Patterns: Fletcher often uses reflections and the different colored light on show at different times during the day as seen in the sunrise in Morning Glory and the sunset in Dancing Boabs

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Bedtime: This spectacular sunset was captured over Lake Hope, in remote South Australia

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Remote: The photographer says there is so much to see if you just look properly and her trade has taught her to see things she previously would have missed

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Isolation: Lake Eyre located in remote South Australia takes on a new life with this phenomenal shot showing a sky full of stars and a sea of colour

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Aerial: Fletcher says the outback has made her tougher but the dangers of working in such remote areas are not lost on her

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Lost Souls: Three figures gaze up at the Milky Way and Venus with Jupiter over Lake Eyre, in Remote South Australia

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The Bluff: Fletcher took this stunning shot of a lone tree and its pixelated reflection in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia

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Taking Flight: A Wedge Tail Eagle soars over the South Australian outback in this image

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Successful: Fletcher has had much of her work showcased internationally with publications such as National Geographic

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New lifestyle: Fletcher ditched her high heels and glamorous dresses to trek through the outback and pursue her dream of landscape photography

(Via: DailyMail)

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