The vast expanse of Mitchell Falls meant that most of my shots were in landscape format, or wide panoramas trying to capture the rocks and the whole scene. But one of my friends asked for some vertical compositions so he … Continue reading
One of the most stunning places in our whole Kimberley adventure was Mitchell Falls. The scale of the falls is enormous – no picture can do it justice. The constant sound of the crashing water echoing through the gorge, the … Continue reading
I had to slither on my stomach up to the edge of the rock ledge and hold my camera and tripod over the edge to capture this shot of Little Mertens Falls, located on the Mitchell Plateau and about 15 … Continue reading
A sleepness night on a cold rock ledge overlooking the beautiful, powerful, noisy Mitchell Falls all came down to this. We were there for the pre-dawn morning light, gently illuminating the falls without the harsh shadows we had during the daylight shoot the day before, and the moonlit shoot the night before. Continue reading
Ken Duncan and I were camped out on a ledge overlooking the stunning Mitchell Falls, with the roaring sound of the waterfall echoing in our ears and the beautiful display completely visible even at midnight thanks to a very bright almost full Moon. This timelapse was captured over 4 hours, from midnight-4am as we tried in vain to sleep. Continue reading
In the first from Kimberley Tour, here’s an image of Mitchell Falls with star trails under bright moonlight!
The Moon was practically overhead and was only 2 days from full, so the falls lit up light daylight using a long exposure. Continue reading