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A couple of shots from last weekend in outback WA .
Another view of one of our main bridges in Northam, WA.
Thick fog in Northam this morning for the Avon Descent which was delayed for quite some time waiting it to lift so the race could start. Fog can be a photographers friend sometimes though and I took the opportunity to take this image whilst I was waiting.
One of the stand out features in the Northern part of the Karajini National Park are the large termite mounds. They are an amazing structure and have some great textures in their make up apart from the fact that they provide a nice contrast in the surroundings. I would love to head back and shoot more of these beauties.
Rail crossings are everywhere in the Pilbara now with mining in full swing. i liked the contrast between the original landscapes and man made crossing in this scene.
Bamboo Springs, photo says it all really. Great spot in the outback. Click for larger view.
The sunset created some beautiful colour in the gorge we camped in and it was an amazing opportunity to photograph it.
The early morning colours in this area are fantastic and it’s the best time to shoot in the pilbara in my opinion.
Gorges are never easy to photograph with lots of contrasting light most of the time.This shot of Hamersley Gorge in the Karajini N.P worked out quite well. “Click to view large”