Following on from my previous 2 posts on why I don’t shoot on my Karijini photo tour
Only 4 participants and a Landcruiser
I only take 4 participants on my Karijini photo tour, it’s a very small group by any tour standard, and the perfect number to fit into just one Landcruiser with camera gear. The Landcruiser is a lot more comfortable on the terrible roads within and around Karijini than the smaller Toyota Prados or Pajeros that you can normally hire locally. The Landcruiser is much roomier, especially the leg room, and the better suspension makes for a smoother ride on gravel roads with corrugations and the odd pothole…
Of course I do all the driving, so you can just relax and gaze out the window at the lovely countryside on the way to locations. Many times people actually snooze a little, especially in the early morning when we leave before sunrise. Quite an achievement.
Where are these images from?
Both of the images in this post were taken from actual locations we go to on my Karijini photo tour. They were shot (by me) on pre tour scouting trips in the last couple of years on a Cambo WRC400 camera with a Phase One IQ3-100 digital back. You can read more about my Karijini photo tour HERE>>