Monday, October 13, 2008

Morton National Park - Fitzroy Falls Part 4

Low clouds and spray from the falls combined to form a veil of mist. As a breeze picked up, the sun peeked through, slowly revealing the Hawkesbury sandstone escarpment, and the long valley all the way to flat topped Mount Carrialoo.



Looks like a wide angle lens also goes on the wishlist! We have decided to come back one day with equipment for a real "old school" expedition.

(Again, in this size and resolution, you are only getting a taste of the beauty of this place, which I greatly regret.)

3 comments:

BetteJo said...

Awesome pics! Must be so amazing in person!

Ces said...

These are truly amazing landcapes. I can just imagine you having a great time capturing these images.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Fab pictures, Lavender.