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I took this in part to try and get a comparison shot to this photo. I think that you still get a good impression of the size, but with a clearer, calmer sky the area feels so much less dramatic. … Continue reading
I like this photo, but I’m not sure if it was worth the risk, but anyway. I like the pattern in the rock, as well as how it appears in contrast to the valley. The light on the rock is … Continue reading
Probably should’ve framed the scene different, but I’m happy with the result. I like the sense of shifting light, as well as how the storm appears to be pushing away the lower clouds. There’s a colour shift here that I … Continue reading
Just realised that Mount Hay is visible in this photo. Might’ve realised previously, but cannot remember if I did. Anyway. This is another photo of some place in The Blue Mountains that I’ve taken in the last few months. It … Continue reading
With this photo… I’m not sure as to what I was going for. I think I mostly was just trying to capture this particular bit of land and how striking I felt it appeared. I think there’s something dry about … Continue reading
I feel that with this photo (and perhaps some of the next few) I was in the right place at the right time. I like how the late afternoon light softens the scene and helps to create a muted feel. … Continue reading
Here is a photo of part of The Megalong Valley. I think that the clouds look rather massive here. I think that that is in part due to how the valley appears, as well as how open most of the … Continue reading
Similar to yesterday’s shared photo, but focusing more closely on The Three Sisters and how they’re partially obscured by clouds. I do like how the clouds affect the image as it makes it feel more vague in a way. It … Continue reading
When I recently returned to the mountains I went back to this spot to try and capture it with clouds filling just the valley. Instead I got this. I like this as it alters the feel of the area; especially … Continue reading
Or part of it anyway. I really like how the clouds obscure detail in this one. There’s enough to get an idea of things, but you’re missing the whole picture. I hope you enjoy.