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Thumbnail 1 of 3, Photographic Print, Little River Gorge, Snowy River National Park, Buchan, Victoria, Australia designed and sold by Michael Boniwell.
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Photographic Print, Little River Gorge, Snowy River National Park, Buchan, Victoria, Australia designed and sold by Michael Boniwell

Little River Gorge, Snowy River National Park, Buchan, Victoria, Australia Photographic Print

Designed and sold by Michael Boniwell
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Artwork thumbnail, Little River Gorge, Snowy River National Park, Buchan, Victoria, Australia by Chockstone
Little River Gorge, Snowy River National Park, Buchan, Victoria, Australia
Australian Landscape Photography by Michael Boniwell. All images copyright. This is image is suitable for enormous prints. View Larger on Chockstone Photography Little River Gorge resides in the lonely back country locality of Wulgulmerang, that isn't too far from Buchan in Victoria's Gippsland region. A short but steep walk brings you to a massive valley sculpted out of volcanic rock by the not so little and quite breathtaking Little River. At 600 metres, it is Victoria’s deepest gorge and one of East Gippsland’s hidden gems. Each time I’ve visited this location I’ve had that “wow” moment. The view just grabs your attention and demands to be photographed. Capturing a good angle in the right light, however, proved to be challenging and required several attempts. Not quite happy with the official lookout platform, I decided I needed to face the setting sun to catch some colour and drama. That required coming back often enough to obtain some interesting clouds, but not so many that they blocked the direct golden light. One afternoon looked very promising, so I set up an anchor system, put on my climbing harness and safely positioned myself right on the very lip of the cliff. With the camera set up and tripod and I both tied off, it was easy enough to sit wait for the conditions, which as luck would have it, arrived right on cue. Shooting straight into the sun can be tricky. In this case the whole gorge was pitch-black if I exposed for the sky, and lens flare threatened to overwhelm the whole scene. Fortunately there are tried and true ways to overcome both these hurdles, and I’m very pleased with the final image which has all those fine details like the textures in the river below. What a grand view and great experience!

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