Like everywhere else autumn brings a new range of colours to be photographed, and in the Flinders Ranges it is no different.
The colours maybe softer, less vivid than those of the summer months but in their own way just as beautiful.
The is a view from Moro Gorge on the IPA lands of Nantawarrina looking north to Mt. McKinlay in the Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park.
The Gammons are part of the northern Flinders Ranges.
Nantawarrina is aboriginal land and permission is needed to visit there.
Almost on the border between the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary and the Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park.
A painterly quality in a landscape is a bonus.
Often it is hard to achieve, but this one, I think, hits the mark.
For those that want the technical details the photograph was taken late afternoon a few weeks before Christmas. Canon 5D Mk II and a 28-300 mm f3.5-5.6L series zoom lens at f22, ISO 100, shutter speed 1/8th sec, focal length 235 mm on a tripod.
Near Balcanoona in the Gammon Ranges.
(Google Maps – Balcanoona South Australia)