Tony Hewitt and a few of us were walking out of Weano Gorge when we spotted this neat little pond that had all sorts of things going on. The colours in the pond attracted me to this abstract….hoping you like it!
Just catching up on the few images I managed to work up at KJ as it was as busy as hell!
So to finish the night off here is another interesting tree that was hammered by a recent bush fire or lightning or both! This was at the top of Weano Gorge and after sunrise we went down as far as Handrail Pool.
Here is the view to the South from the Shark Bay lookout shot at the same time as the previous post. Thanks to Brent Pearson for the heads up on his kick butt cloud sharpening techniques!
On the way up with the Christian Fletcher convoy we were presented with these amazing clouds. So off to a lookout that Christian knew of and I managed to ping off this shot and another one to the South that I will post in a mo.
I am particularly happy with this one and Peter Eastway was quite complimentary of it…thanks Peter…if you happen to pass by!
This amazing water fall is at the bottom of Hancock Gorge at Karijini Western Australia.
It can only be accessed by joining the Guides at the Eco Resort as there are some water slides to be conquered as well as a bit of abseiling, but a great day out for sure.
These falls flow into an area known as the ‘Centre of the Earth’ and for sure it feels like you are in the centre!
We were on the way to Dales George in Karijini when we spotted this field that had recently been hammered by a fire or a large lightning storm and this perspective caught my eye. In fact Brent Pearson, Peter NG, Tony Armstrong and myself opted to stay on this located for a couple of hours rather than going into the george.
The light and the colours were really going off which made for a very memorable sunset as mother nature settle into her night mood!
New growth had already started with these wonderful greens against the reds and burned look of the landscape.
We are now back from a great few days at Karijini and after a killer 14 hour drive are now kicking back after a nice long bath!
The trip was awesome and we all learned heaps as well as meeting some cool passionate photographers who were also up at Christian’s workshops.
These first 2 images are of a model shoot that Brent Pearson and I did in Hancock George. Brent has recently been putting models into landscapes and I really like the concept and will be exploring the concept further.
The model is Tahlea who was working at the Eco Retreat at Karijini and she graciously agreed to be a mermaid for us.
She was a natural for sure.
More to come soon!!!