desert corkwood…

Whilst the non photogenic conditions continue to persist down this way It has not inspired me to get out to shoot (overcast windy drizzle – yawn). I’m looking forward to the sun re emerging over the w/e and into next week with potentially more favourable conditions for photography and the outdoors. So until then it’s back to posting some of the remaining older images that I have.

This one was from the Western MacDonnell ranges in central Australia and was shot with my fuji 6×17 that I used to have. It was shot on velvia 50 of course, so the original has great colour saturation of those desert reds and blue, post twilight sky. These desert corkwoods have an amazing texture in their rugged bark and their appearance typifies how harsh it must be to be a tree not on a watercourse in the desert !

‘desert corkwood – central Australia ‘

 

 

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~ by Tony Middleton on March 4, 2011.

8 Responses to “desert corkwood…”

  1. Yep, like it Tony. Great colour saturation!

  2. another cracken image from the man hahhaa love the colours in this mate awesom

    • G’day Philbo ! Thanks mate ! I’ll have to get a hold of one of the sensor cleaning kits like you had.. this 5DII I got needs a spruce up ! Which would you recommend ?

  3. don’t stress, the weather in melbourne sucks at the moment too .. but tomorrow is susposed to be warm(?) .. we’ll see
    πŸ™‚
    nice shot

    • hi Chloe – yep we are in for a few nice days.. YAY ! I hope you are able to get out and enjoy it. πŸ™‚

  4. hey bud yeah well the gear i use the visible dust gear like the swabs and the brush and the loupe im not sure what else is out there mate but thats what i use and it works for me

    cheers philbo

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