I guess this is the reason why we get up at 4:30am, walk and have breaky in the bush. The immensely beautiful country around Purnalulu. The golden drifts of wattle interspersed with drifts of intense red grevillias was a sight to behold only, but throw in the domes of Purnalulu and you have this epic scene. The only way to fully appreciate is to be there but other than that, an 80 inch print might suffice!.
Beautiful rainforest reflections of a plunge pool below Emma Gorge. The magic contrast between the deep orange cliff and the deep greens of the foliage, not to mention the colour of the water…..and the reflection of the forementioned make for a scene of peace and tranquility.
My take on Emma Gorge, another must see off the Gibb River Road.
A change up from the boabs and ranges, the El Questro gorge is an adventure to get to, similar to some of the Karigini locations. Bit of wading, followed by rock climbing and boulder hopping…….and snake dodging, but at the end this scene awaits. The water colour is fair dinkum.
Took me a long while to find a suitable location to attempt to capture the grandeur of the boab. On my last night in the Kimberley, I think I found it. Not the biggest around but beneath the best backdrop and lit up by the dusty sun this big fella looks quite stately.
Just got back from East Kimberley, an epic part of the country as most of you know. Took this shot off the beaten track with fires burning in the background. This to me, is the Kimberley.