Arguably one of the most photographed views in the top end, this is one of the scenes that one comes across whilst clambering over the rocks in the vicinity of the fabled Ubirr Rock (noted for it’s fabulous collection of indigenous art).
We are looking out across the wetlands of the Kakadu National Park towards the mysterious Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory of Australia. Kakadu is jointly owned and administered by the traditional owners (the Aboriginal people) and the National Parks board. With the easier access now available to all vehicles it is becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination. An entry pemit is required, which is good for one week.(and that is not cheap) Rangers patrol constantly, checking that people have their permits – and if you don’t then beware!
Photo taken hand holding my Sony R1 which was in aperture priority at f11, ISO 180 and nd4 filter attached to the Carl Zeiss 24-120 lens.