The vibrant colours of sunset fade into muted evening tones on the layered hills of Karijini National Park, Western Australia.
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It’s like an oil painting Mieke. Wonderful
Thanks, Robyn! It’s a little bit different… but it was such a beautiful evening, and I was sitting on this rock ledge all by myself, and it was such a lovely moment… and looking at this photo takes me straight back there! :) If I were better at landscape painting, I’d certainly give this scene a try!
– Mieke Boynton
What a magnificent landscape,first I thought it was a painting,wonderful tonal range in this Mieke
Thank you, Hans… I had a suspicion you might appreciate this one ;)
Seeing the trees on the ridge really gives you an idea of the magnitude of this….beautiful colors too :)
Thanks, Carol! :) :) :)
Wow….I’m going to have to ask you to quit with the awesome landscape photos from here, Mieke, I’m going this really weird green colour ;)
You realise I’m going to print this quote, stick it on my wall and use it as daily inspiration, right???:) :) :)Thanks, Mel!
beautifully taken Mieke. I have to visit the place.
Thanks, John! I would be back there again tomorrow if I could be!! :)
Another beauty Mieke, love those colours :-)
Thanks, Jenni! I love those colours too :)
fantastic colours again – amazing landscape series!
Thanks, mate… I had the most awesome time… it was hard NOT to take good shots there!
;)It’s printing out right now…
Lovely layers and beautiful light! :)
Thank you, Lori! We should think about meeting there sometime… it’s about half way! :)
Absolute stunner Mieke.Gorgeous layers:)
Thanks, Heather :) It’s amazing how in this place, fifteen of you can spread out over one hillside and you all get entirely different shots from each other. Karijini is truly a photographer’s paradise :)