I’ve spent the last 2 weeks weeks running around madly getting organised for the upcoming trip to the Kimberley, for the 7 day Kimberley photographic adventure tour and the 7day Bungle Bungles photographic adventure tour that i’m running later this month.
It’s amazing how much needs to be put in place to tear myself away from the gallery and all the business aspects that entails, let alone coping with a mad bathroom renovation in the middle of it!
As a result of all this my blog postings have suffered substantially over the last month or so, as you can clearly see… I’ll have lots of new images to share from the Kimberley soon though, so i hope that will make up for it. I did come across this image the other day while i was organising some folders, i think i had put it away for further consideration, then promptly forgot about it!
This place is called Sir John Gorge… I think its a silly name for a magical place, who is Sir John anyway? why is this place name d after him and why does he deserve it? I think it requires a majestic name that conveys the grandeur and the majesty… Majestic Gorge, or Red Rock Canyon… something like that.
Anyway, this is Sir John Gorge on Mornington Station, which i find to be one of the most beautiful parts of the Kimberley. I plan to spend some time there shortly.
Shot on the Fuji GX617 with the Fujinon 90mm f5.6 lens