Robyn Davidson. I have just finished reading 'Tracks' about Robyn's trek across the Australian desert with her camels and dog

I just finished reading Tracks by Robyn Davidson about her journey across the Gibson desert from Alice to the Indian Ocean with her dog and four camels in Wow, what an amazing woman and a phenomenal story! Well worth a read.

Tracks: a woman's journey across Australia on Camel back. John Curran : Issue Magazine

This is Robyn Davidson who in the late crossed the Australian Outback alone but for her dog, camels and an occasional companion out on walk-about. National Geographic May 1978

Wat een vrouw!This is Robyn Davidson who in the late '70s crossed the Australian Outback alone but for her dog, camels and an occasional companion out on walk-about. National Geographic May 1978

Robyn Davidson photographed by Rick Smolan, National Geographic, May story about a solo camel trek across the Australian outback.

Robyn Davidson author of Tracks

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Robyn with photographer Rick Smolan who joined her three times during the nine month journey. The photographs he took were published in National Geographic in 1978 and attracted so much interest that Robyn then decided to write the book about her experience

Photographs capture Robyn Davidson's 1700 mile trek across Australia

Robyn Davidson and NatGeo photographer Rick Smolan. Davidson trekked across Australia on foot with her dog and a group of camels.

Mia Wasikowska plays the Robyn Davidson in "Tracks", a 27-year-old Alice Springs-based woman who takes off on an epic journey across the Australian desert. Original storyline focused on a WOMAN'S unique and complex journey both literally and metaphorically SO GOOD

37 years after Robyn Davidson's desert journey, Tracks comes to screen

Mia Wasikowska plays the Robyn Davidson in "Tracks", a Alice Springs-based woman who takes off on an epic journey across the Australian desert. Original storyline focused on a WOMAN'S unique and complex journey both literally and metaphorically SO GOOD

Robyn Davidson photographed by her occasional visitor Rick Smolan.

Tracks: The true story behind the film

Robyn Davidson traveled across the Australian outback with two camels and a dog.

Source: Transmission Films Mia Wasikowska plays the Robyn Davidson, a 27-year-old Alice Springs-based woman who takes off on an epic journey across the Australian desert. Tracks movie

The Plot

The memoir of Robyn Davidson's perilous journey across miles of hostile Australian desert to the sea with only four camels and a dog for company.Tracks is the compelling, candid story of her odyssey of discovery and transformation.

Tracks: A Woman's Solo Trek Across 1700 Miles of Australian Outback by Robyn Davidson

Tracks: a Woman's Solo Trek across 700 Miles of Australian Outback : Robyn Davidson : 9780679762874

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Robyn with her trusted dog Diggity. When the dog was tired he would take a ride on one of the camel's backs and once, when Robyn was low on food, she had to eat some of Diggity's dog biscuits

TRACKS - Robyn Davidson with Bub: Of all the camels Bub was the one who seemed to be the most delighted by the water even though he couldn't drink it. He treated water as if it were a new found toy, splashing around like a toddler. If Robyn was in the water Bub had to be there too

Photographs capture Robyn Davidson's 1700 mile trek across Australia

Picture of Robyn Davidson - After walking almost miles across the heart of the Australian Outback, Davidson and her camels arrived at the Indian Ocean. Never having seen a body of water larger than a puddle before, her camels were mesmerized.

Robyn Davidson photographed in the outback for the original 1977 National Geographic assignment.

Robyn Davidson photographed in the outback for the original 1977 National Geographic assignment.

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