Monthly Archives: July 2010

And the quest continues

This is starting to creep on me as my favorite image from my time on the sand dunes in Esperance. It actually was lost in my images from the day and I only got round to looking at it with promise a week or 2 ago. Since then I’m thinking it is the better out of my previous shots. Whether Flem will agree is another thing- and no I didn’t get down low, just thought i’d save you the typing time there Flembot! 😛 haha.

Martian Sunset

Martian Sunset

It’s a much more simplistic image, and a lot more like the standard dune images everyone has- which I think is why I wasn’t drawn to it at the time. But with the ripples, nice clear ridge line and some nice clouds I am happy to post it. Of course some awesome light helps, and this is definitely treated with that! As I mentioned in my previous posts the dunes really were transformed when the golden glow hit them.

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Wylie Creek Sand dunes – Esperance

Here is another image from the Wylie Creek Dunes, that are found just near Esperance. Taken as the sun was getting lower in the sky to the West, but not at the stage they had lit up in that glorious gold light that my previous image. While the golden light really is beautiful, the whiteness of this sand still lends itself very well to photography.

Wylie Creek Sand Dune

Wylie Creek Sand Dune

This is the main dune right next to the entrance, and I trecked around the back end of it to the top. From there I had an unobstructed view down the ridge line. I liked the ripples of the immediate dune, so used them in combined with the curve of ridge.

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