Here’s another gem from King George Falls.
This is a hand held shot from the Sony A7R.
Pretty impressive files coming from this little camera for sure.
A bit of a different take on King George falls with this capture as well.
Back home today after another wonderful trip on True North and the last day found us in King George River with all the onboard toys out giving the guests on board every possible option to enjoy the surroundings.
This is the view where you would not want to be at the height of the wet season as you would enjoy a one way ride over the falls!
I am standing on the Southern edge of the King George falls here, looking out to the West.
This is a 5 image stitch and focus stacked as well.
At the top of the mighty King George falls there looks to be a small and insignificant fellow standing there.
The reality is that this fellow has had a huge impact on photography over his life and I will leave it to you to guess just who that might be! 🙂
I have been to King George falls a number of times, but today I could find no other words to describe our experience there, but Epic!
We were high up on the look out after a mega walk up there and still we were getting spray on our lenses!
Mother nature was playing ball as well. When we wanted soft light, she gave it to us. When we wanted a rainbow, that happened as well. When we wanted a nice sky to go with the scene…vola….!
Dave Bo and I had a fantastic day shooting probably one of the most epic scenes you could hope to capture.
The bottom image is a 21 shot stitch that is about 1.5 gig in size!
Here is Christian and his bride Jen relaxing after the long walk up to the top of King George falls in the Kimberley.
Lucky he didn’t look behind so that he could see the drop or his expression might not have been so relaxed!