The silent colossus.
Countless columns towering in thepinnacles desert standing beneath the twirl of stars.
Nikon D850 with 20mm F1.8 lens
Stack of 200 images at iso 1600, f2.0, 30s + light painted foreground at iso1600, f8, 30s
Here’s a classic from a few years back. I’d just won a nice lil landscapes photography competition for the city of Mandurah and used the prize money to put towards this new lens that is my no.1 landscape lens. It’s served me well. Anyway I bought the lens and headed straight to the pinnacles to shoot this. Luckily the sunset decided to be nice and make the 1.5 hour drive worth it. However I really want to come back and shoot this same shot with moody dark lighting. Also this foreground was taken about 100m away (before I got to this spot because I knew the original foreground would be meh). It definitely makes the shot I’d say.
The Pinnacles// Limestone formations. Tip: come early at sunrise to avoid bus loads of tourists✌🏽
2 624 December, 2019
feels just like a desert right now. 🥵 from tomorrow, it’s gonna be one heat wave to another... 😫 going to have to go somewhere far, far away for some relief. yeah summer, i didn’t miss you at all! ☀️☀️☀️☀️ #notasummergal
⇨⇨⇨Checking out The Pinnacles as many tourists to Western Australia are wont to do. The rock formations were pretty cool and I liked how you pretty much had the freedom to wander throughout the area as you pleased. The place was worth the visit.