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Karijini, Western Australia.
Nikon D60 (Sigma 10-20mm)
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I’m just an Aussie girl who’s a bit mad about photography :)
To contact me, please email miekeboynton(at)hotmail.com
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Wow! very crisp and crunchy… greeat shot, love the colour.
Thank you, M!!!
– Mieke Boynton
Amazing how vibrant the colours are, beautiful work.
Thanks, Adam… Yeah, the Outback is not exactly a drab desert landscape at present, that’s for sure!
SO beautiful! Who knew there was greenery out there! ;D
These are all wonderful images, Mieke.
Thanks heaps, Donna!
Wonderful capture Mieke!
Thanks, Istvan :)
outstanding capture just so beautiful love it lee
Thanks so much, Lee :) Glad you like it!
awesome, great capture
thank you, Antanas!
Great capture !!!
Thank you very much, Annalisa!
Such clarity in the atmosphere – a beautiful shot Mieke. Karijini is on my list of must visit places – one day . . .
:) :) :) I have so many ‘must visit’ places… but I will certainly be trying to get back to Karijini at some stage. It’s a photographer’s paradise, for sure!
You could have called it ‘Shall We Dance?’, Mieke. Anyway, I’m glad those two trees have each other for company.
That would have been a much better title, Gary. Oh well. :) I’m glad they have each other too :) :) :) :)
Great warm tones, stunning blue sky, and that red ochre just pops against the greens :)
Thank you, Sean :)