Images of a Big Island

Hunter River

Hunter R
I’m going to back track a little here. If you have been following the blogs of Christian Fletcher and True North Mark you will have seen some great images of the Kimberley Coast.
I was very surprised to see that neither posted an image of what I consider to be one of the most spectacular sights along this coastline, the entrance to the Hunter River.
It’s a little difficult to get a sense of the size of these two peaks but believe me they dominate the landscape! No official names that I know of, but variously known as the Ninepins or Indian Hd. If you look at the right hand one you can see the face in it.
The next image is another rockscape taken on a beach near here.
Hunter R-54-Edit
You could spend a lifetime photographing the rock formations along this coast!

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2 responses

  1. Tony Middleton

    I love the first one Tim – those peaks certainly do command attention ! I dig those kimberley tropical colours in the shot too.

    September 10, 2009 at 9:25 am

  2. Hi Tony,
    That was taken early in the season when everything is still relatively green. It’s nice to get the 3 primary colours there with a polariser to beef them up!

    September 10, 2009 at 12:15 pm

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