After spending a fair bit of time on the higher view, I slid down to this view to join Tom Putt and was quite happy with how this view made more of a feature with the colours and textures under the waterfall on the right.
A 21 image stitch with various challenges to do with the light on the day, but I think we got there in the end!
Christian, Tommy Putt and Myself spotted these falls on the way into today’s help picnic and decided to make the Epic journey down to them, which involved lots of rock hopping, wading through waist deep water, dodging spiders and water monitors and trampling long reeds!
Some 45 minutes later we made it to the site and were pleased to find that the falls had a very nice set of layered rocks that facilitated the perfect shooting position.
We were like cats on a hot tin roof as the clouds did the righty and started to develop, the light became softer and all in all things came together pretty well.
This is now the largest and most complicated stitch for me ever! 45 images focus stacked and stitched, which ended up in a 24 image square stitch.
Possibly one of the prettiest waterfalls I have seen in the Kimberley as they just seem to sit beautifully as a landscape photo. Hope you like it! 🙂