This scene is constantly changing – time of day, weather, seasons – they all contribute.
Even though it has been seen a hundred times before, sometimes the change can be starling.
This is the ancient Flinders Ranges – so different from the much visited central and southern areas.
The Freeling Height and the Mawson Plateau in the background.
The photograph was taken not long after the previous post – a natural haunt of eagles.
The heat and humidity clouds of a summer afternoon, a strong wind blowing and the sun dipping towards the background all contribute to this picture.
The first landscape taken with the Fuji X-Pro 1 and a 50 mm prime or fixed lens.