Australian Landscape Photography by Michael Boniwell.
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This is a tack sharp 111 megapixel image, suitable for enormous enlargements.
Croajingolong is a large national park residing in the far east of Victoria, Australia. Thought to be named after the aboriginal tribe inhabiting that area, it’s vast coastal regions are a delight to explore with heavily forested bushland terminating in either rocky points or long empty beaches often devoid of any footprints.
A short hike up Genoa Peak can be rewarding. During sunset golden light blazed into my lens, and the granite boulders came alive with colourful lichen.