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King of the Castle by Mieke Boynton

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I’ve actually never seen a photo taken from the top of a sand dune looking down… so (ever the thrill-seeker), I stood as close as I could to the edge without causing the entire dune to collapse under my weight, and looked down… what an awesome sight!!!

Cervantes, Western Australia, with Lori

Nikon D60 (Sigma 10-20mm)
ISO 400 • f/8 • 1/40sec • 13mm • -0.3ev

I’m just an Aussie girl who’s a bit mad about photography :)

My email address is miekeboynton(at)hotmail.com

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Comments

  • Kerryn Madsen-Pietsch
    Kerryn Madsen-...almost 3 years ago

    Superduper shot.
    PS. Got a little giddy there for a moment, looking down in the large format 8 )

  • Lol! Thanks, Kerryn!

    – Mieke Boynton

  • mom23girls
    mom23girlsalmost 3 years ago

    Wonderful image!!

  • Thanks heaps, Tracy :)

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Christopher Cullen
    Christopher Cu...almost 3 years ago

    beautifully abstract shot. the odd perspective certainly makes you stop and really look at the shot!

  • Thanks, Chris! This photo brings back the evening so clearly to me… the light was just amazing!

    – Mieke Boynton

  • ElRobbo
    ElRobboalmost 3 years ago

    These are all stunning, Mieke!
    Great stuff!

  • Thanks heaps, Rob!! I had so much fun :) :) :)

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Peter Hammer
    Peter Hammeralmost 3 years ago

    It’s great when you get to the top isn’t it. I struggled (and it was very hard going in the powdery sand – 2 steps forward to one backward) to close to the top of a giant 150m high dune in the Sahara but didn’t get anything like the variation in colours and textures you have here. Just wonderful.

  • Thanks heaps, Peter!! I was so excited… I was running (literally – despite the 40 degree heat!) all over the place trying to capture as many different angles as I could before the light went. I had so much fun!!

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Dianne English
    Dianne Englishalmost 3 years ago

    Mieke, this trip of yours has brought such beautiful images to life !!!

  • Thank you, Dianne!! It was so much fun :) :) :)

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Robyn Lakeman
    Robyn Lakemanalmost 3 years ago

    Wow, the photos you have taken of this place are just amazing. So beautiful

  • :) :) :) Thanks heaps, Robyn!! It was so fun to meet Thorpey and Jo, and it was great to see Lori again too. We had a fantastic week!

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Ladyshark
    Ladysharkalmost 3 years ago

    Definitely worth the thrill-seeking haha – fantasic shot :)

  • :) :) :) Thanks, Lori!! :)

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Peter Hammer
    Peter Hammeralmost 3 years ago

    You can keep the 40 deg heat Mieke. That’s not fun but the photography is. If I had been there though i would have been joining you. By comparison the sahara desert was pleasantly cool and if anything too cold :-)

  • The best thing about it is that it was literally just off the highway. So accessible! Thanks again, Peter :)

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Richard George
    Richard Georgealmost 3 years ago

    good shooting, great captures…

  • Thanks, Richard!!

    – Mieke Boynton

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