Light At 30 Degrees – Esperance Sand Dunes
With the sun at around 30 degrees, the light was just near perfect for a sand dune landscape I have always wanted to see. I have always wanted to see a nice sand dune landscape in soft light with clouds that are not well defined and skies that just have a hint of color … Finally my chance came to witness something I had envisioned for a long time and capture with my camera as well. Thanks to Dan Paris for showing us this stunning location that is way way off the tracks … Perfect location and we had some awesome yet fleeting light …
This landscape print of the Sand Dunes at Esperance will be made available as a Limited Edition of 9 Print from the 25th Jan 2011.
Please click the thumbnail for the full size sample image … cheers Neal
Yep! beautiful shot Neal. Love it. make it 1 of 1 and sell it for a million hehe
Won’t that be nice Matt … 1 print 1 million bucks …. I think I have a little bit of work on the branding first LOL … Thanks for the nice comment ..
soft and gorgeous mate, a winner from you.
Cheers Christian … One of my fav’s for the trip south …
Really nice Neal, soft, pastel colours, well done.
Thanks Thomas …
Beautiful Neal, so glad someone found the light that day… wondered what you had seen over there while the rest of us huddled together waiting for the clouds to break.
Cheers Dan and thanks for visiting the blog …. I saw the light playing of the far edge when we where i a group and thought why not go over for a look and see what happens … The S curve at the group point was better, I just got a little lucky with the light as this dune …
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Works so well with this soft non contrasty treatment you have given it. Great work my friend.
Thanks Flem, this was pretty soon after we arrived, we all started at one point and I took off a few hundred meters to see what was over the other side … This is my favorite capture from the trip and a dune shot I have always wanted to see …
Beautiful sand dune and looks cool. Nice work!
Thanks Handoko … Always nice to hear from someone new to my blog … cheers Neal