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Dales Gorge - Karijini N.P

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Karijini National Park after a great wet season was incredible. I thought I would start out by posting an expansive view of Dales Gorge, overlooking the popular Fortescue Falls to give you an idea of the lay of the land.

I regard Karijini as one of Western Australia’s and possibly Australia’s top locations for Landscape Photography. The place has a lot to offer, particularly after a good wet season. There are the obvious grand scenes such as the one I have posted as well as the more intimate scenes that are a real challenge to compose and make sense of. I would have liked to of spent more time doing the latter and hope to do so over the coming years.


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timbodon's avatar
Thats a massive scene there Luke! So much detail to view! nice one
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davincipoppalagHobbyist General Artist
beautiful subtle colors!
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TheBrassGlassProfessional General Artist
Beautiful, although it feels a little over-processed.
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Thanks, I completely agree. There is so much detail within the scene it was hard not to go over board.
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TheBrassGlassProfessional General Artist
You're right, there is a ton of detail! I think you did a good job capturing all of it, though, you know. It must have been just stunning to be there in person, taking the shot. You're so lucky! :)
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coby111Hobbyist Photographer
Gorgeous shot. The oranges and greens really work well together.

You should come to southern Utah, USA sometime. I think you'd be right at home landscape wise.
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