Here’s an image from Gunlom Falls in Kakadu NP, NT. We really enjoyed this spot as it was a welcome break from the heat, fires burning and smoke haze. This one was a triple row stitch with the 50mm 1.4 lens then cropped to a 5×4 ratio.
This entry was posted on October 17, 2012 by Ben Messina. It was filed under Northern Territiory, Uncategorized and was tagged with australia, australian landscape photography, australian landscape photography blog, ben messina, billabong, canvas prints, Gunlom Falls, kakadu, kakadu np, lake, landscape photography, landscapes, nature photography, nikon, nikon d800e, nothern territory, nt, rainforest, stitch, stitching, sunrise, trees, waterhole, wherever.
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