NAMBUNG NATIONAL PARK, AUSTRALIA. (June 2000). Truth be told, eight years ago, I didn't like to take pictures very much. In fact, I went all the way to Australia without a camera. However, after considerable peer pressure (thanks Robyn, Cathrin), I buckled and bought the cheapest focus-free Kodak I could find. In spite of my feelings about photography at the time, I was sure glad I had the little Kodak with me when I visited the Pinnacles Desert at Nambung National Park in Western Australia. Original photo properties: Kodak Advantix F300 APS camera, built-in 33mm Ektanar lens (50mm, 35mm equivalent), 1/100s f6.6 (fixed shutter and aperture), Kodak Advantix APS ISO 100 film.