The “Amphitheatre” of Hancock Gorge, Karijini National Park (Western Australia).
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Wonderful work Mieke….Fave for me Mate:o)
Hi Mark! Thanks heaps :)
– Mieke Boynton
Thanks heaps, Lorraine!
Mieke! This is sublime!
Hi Carol! Thank you!!
Beautiful stuff! Love the composition!
Thanks heaps, Kevin ;)
stunning capture, really love the B&W in this!
Hi John! Thank you!
super tonality. looks like a pretty rugged and wild environment. very well captured.
It’s rugged… but that’s part of the beauty of the place. You feel as though nothing here has been affected by ‘Westernised’ humankind in the 200 years we’ve been living on this continent … it’s so special!
Mieke, this is great in B&W !
Big smiles from me, Trish! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!
This looks great in black and white Mieke, the water just looks so divine
Thank you, Stuart. I did this one in colour first, but because of the quality of the light in the gorge at that time of the morning, everything looked pink! And because there had been so much rain, the water was a kucky yellow colour… so B&W was the logical solution ;) ;)
The b& w really looks amazing, so sharp and there is enough tons between the water & rock textures to read all the planes and depths !! Love how the wild grasses came out, like flimsy hair tops lol
Thank you, Iwona… and I agree – the grass tufts do look like ‘hair’!! :)
very very beautiful shot!
Thanks heaps, Bernd!