I’ve just returned from my latest travels starting in Darwin through Kakadu, along the Gibb River Road to Broome and back again through the Bungle Bungle, all up about 5000km’s. What a fantastic part of Australia! It was fairly dry but as it was the start of the buildup to the wet, generally the light was great in the afternoons. This image of a Kimberley Boab is from the Gibb River Road with the Cockburn Rangers and an almost full moon in the background, taken with the Nikon D800e and my Zeiss 21mm 2.8 Lens.
This image is from the same location as my last post, just before sunrise. It’s a 20+ image double row stitch with the 50mm 1.4 lens then cropped to give an image size of 200cm wide @ 300dpi.
This image is from Mount Buffalo, Victoria. Taken well after sunset with the last bit of warm light hitting the rock face.
With last weeks bad weather in SE Queensland I headed west of the sunshine coast looking for new images. This one is taken in the Malaney/Montville area under thick morning mist. This is a 10 image stitch with the Nikon D800e and the Nikkor 70-200mm F2.8G ED VR II.
We spent a couple of days around the Karri Valley, Pemberton. This image was taken after sunset, looking across the lake.
This is a five image stitch I took the other evening with the D800E and the 50mm 1.4 lens, it ended up just over 9000px wide on the long side.
Here’s another image from Hamlin Bay, Western Australia this time at sunrise.
A new image from the weekend, this is Kondalilla Falls at Montville just after sunset.
We were on our way back to Perth after a great couple of weeks in the South, we could see huge strikes of lightning hitting Perth city. By the time we made it to Perth the storm was mostly over just some moody cloud about. This image is of the Crawley Boatshed after the storm.
This is all that’s left of the old Hornibrook Bridge, 30 minutes north of Brisbane it used to join Brighton to Redcliffe but has now been replaced by newer more modern bridges. I’ve watched them slowly deconstruct it over about 12 months and turn each side of it into fishing platforms.