Last light at Munda Billabong

On the last evening at Munda farm there was no wind, no clouds but some beautiful soft pastel colours. I popped the wattle in the foreground with my flash and it brought out the colours nicely.

The white flower bush in the foreground of the second shot is a Kapok bush which were used as fillings for saddles and pillows back in the day we were told by Dogga Thompson. Dogga was a wealth of knowledge of the history of the area, as well as the flora and fauna in the area.

6 thoughts on “Last light at Munda Billabong

  1. Hey Mark, great shots. Nice use of flash, I wouldn’t have known you used it if you hadn’t said, came out quite nicely. Looks like an awesome place to visit, despite the unfortunate event that have taken you there.

    1. It is a beautiful place for sure Dan, with lots of history and 550,000 acres to explore, so we only scratched the surface really!

      I will go back sometime next year and get more of a landscape take on things.

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