Michael Scott Lees PhotographerIt is early, dark and cold. The moonlight casts long icy shadows as landscape photographer Michael Scott Lees makes his way up icy Etheridge Ridge about a kilometre from Australia’s highest peak, Mt Kosciuszko. Climbing with a backpack of camera equipment weighing close to 14kg and using his tripod as a stabiliser on the icy assent, the wind starts to pick up, pushing a eerie mist past the beam of his head torch. In a race against the first rays of dawn light, Michael pushes on to a location chosen the previous evening. [READ MORE]

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