Several years ago I went to the Grampians in the West of Victoria with a friend to take photos. We drove around and around, and while I thought the place was beautiful, I didn’t want to photograph anything. We came across McKenzie Falls and decided to photograph it.
It is a long, long, long walk down, and an even bigger walk up, but so worth it. I got so many fantastic photos.
This is such an simple image, but really does fit many of the rules of photographic composition. I just love it. I don’t think of this image when I think back to the images I got. I don’t know how I missed it, then again I have edited it quite heavily and maybe the editing has made it a far more attractive image.
Speaking of composition, I have been thinking of doing a post on it, but wondered if anyone was really interested.
I also did the above image an a black and white image in the dark room and always thought it looked better in black and white.
It is so graceful, and looks so nice, I really want to go back and take more photos. This one was taken near the bottom, hard to tell because you can see the sky above, but believe me, we had climbed down a long way to get to this point.
It was so many years ago that I took these and I find it is hard to remember what I did. The film, according to the negative, was Kodak PJA 2, whatever that means. I tried to find more information on it, but there didn’t seem to be a lot.
You know what? Sometimes you should just enjoy the images and not worry about the technical stuff. It is hot here today and it is cooling me down looking at these image.