Marc and Lisa Russo, husband and wife dynamic duo are well known and respected in their neck of the woods. On any given weekend you’ll find them hundreds of kilometres from home scratching around with their detectors. Where? in paddocks, old dump sites and lost towns in the Wheat belt regions of outback Western Australia.
It’s nothing for us to leave home before sunrise and drive 150-200kms to get to a site of interest. You’ve got to go where the history was, and unfortunately, it’s usually a long way out from today’s busy cities.
Both swing the Equinox 600’s and pinpoint with the DEUS MI-4. They regularly post their hunts on their YouTube channel “The Outback Detectorists WA“. In all honesty, if you didn’t see them actually digging the ground and recovering these breathtaking finds on camera, you’d have serious doubts.
Being an avid photographer, Marc has managed to incorporate his talent for photography into his passion for treasure hunting and the results are some absolutely stunning photographs of their finds which can be seen on his Flickr photography page – Marc Russo.
Do yourself a favour and check out their channel, you’ll be hooked. We are.