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Posted partly due to a request from Jan Timmons who liked my original post from this location. The Ragged Range is to the west of Lake Argyle in the north of Western Australia. It is on a cattle station and access must be granted by the owners. It is an awesomely beautiful place for landscape photography. We were there in 2006.

Nikon D70 using 18-70 Nikkor lens.
F/14; 1/200 sec.; EV: -0.7; Focal length: 65mm

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  • Patty Boyte
    Patty Boyteabout 5 years ago

    Wow, that red against the blue sky is so dramatic, brilliant shot Richard!

  • Thanks Patty – btw that’s Pete O bottom left and Peter B (the architect) on right ;)

    – Richard Stanley

  • JanT
    JanTabout 5 years ago

    Ah, you remembered! And dug through your “old” D70 files. Thank you, Richard.
    What gorgeous rust-coloured hues! The way the trees manage to grow in crevices just amazes me. Beautiful!

  • JanT
    JanTabout 5 years ago

    Can’t decide between this vertical format or the horizontal one. Both, I think, are rippers, if not screamers, and you can’t disagree, since subjectivity rules. Even if you and Harry are my landscape master teachers.

  • Thanks Jan – they’re actually palm trees growing in the crevices. Wait untill you see the Bungle Bungle shots of crevices etc.!

    – Richard Stanley

  • chijude
    chijudeabout 5 years ago

    Love the presence of the hikers …, gives perspective., You just have to love those Oz colours!!

  • Thanks chijude – I agree with your comment about the perspective provided by my hiking buddies, and the colours are sensational!

    – Richard Stanley

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