Over the past month or so I have been lucky enough to visit some stunning locations and take a whole new series of landscape images for Spoolphotography.com
My first stop was a few weeks ago at Karijini National Park. Karijini National Park is around 16 hours drive north of Perth, in the heart of the West Australian outback. While I had never been so far north in my home state I was surprised by how many photo opportunities there was on the way too and from Karijini. While I never shot much on the drive up and back as time was not on my side, Karijini National Park sure made up for those lost opportunities.
With its vast open spaces, deep red earth and gum trees, not to mention the stunning gorges and rock pools one could spend a lot of time exploring the area. I surely will be back up there someday.
Here is an image I took on the first evening at the park, taken at dusk on a hot and still evening at Weano Gorge. This image is being printed today and will be on exhibit at Mindarie Keys Hotel from June 1 through August 31st along with 7 other landscape images from myself.
Just had this printed off as a 52 inch x 17 inch on Ilford Hi Gloss Media and it has come up amazing. Very happy with the result.