A while back i posted a new pano stitch image of the Pinnacles Desert at Cervantes in the North West of WA. I made a 1.5m print of that image a couple of days ago and next week (when i’m in the Kimberley) it will be on the wall in the gallery.
On the same day as that pano image i also shot some single frame shots around the Park, and i had a look through those this week and remembered how amazing the light was. The day had been overcast with very little wind, so the clouds had some lovely shapes in them, but no directional light was getting through, which made a lot of the shapes of the limestone piers of the Pinnacles rather flat and two dimensional. This is lovely light for flowers or portraits (as the light is very even with no hard edges) but not so with a subject like the Pinnacles, which needs something a bit more dramatic Read the rest of this entry »