Purnululu Sunset

Purnululu National Park is located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, approximately 3000km by car from Perth City, 1000km from Darwin & only a short 200km hop from Kununurra. It is fair to say that Purnululu is a long way from civilisation, and as close to nature as you are going to get.
Purnululu is also famously known for the Bungle Bungle range that is located towards the south of the Park. These round domes have been carved out of the landscape over thousands of years and are a real spectacle to see. Access to the park is via the Great Northern Highway along a gravel road. You can only enter the park with a 4WD car, and it is highly advised to follow this instruction as the track would be challenging for a standard 2WD car.
There is a company at the beginning of the track that offer day trip tours into the national park for those that do not have a 4WD. This is great as no-one should miss out on seeing this amazing site.

Details
Canon 5d Mark II
24-105mm f4.0 IS USM + Lee ND Grad Filters
A: f9.0
T: 1/320
ISO: 100

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Ord River

Last year I was fortunate enough to visit the Kimberley. It was my first time in the area, and I certainly wasn’t let down. After many years of people telling me to get up here, I finally did. As it was for work, I wasn’t able to get out and take many photos. I will however be back there next wet season to capture the fantastic landscape, with the monsoonal thunderstorms.

The Ord River is about 320kms long with the headwaters located below the 983-metre Mount Wells and initially flows east and around the edge of Purnululu National Park before heading North through Lake Argyle then passing west of Kununurra and discharging into theCambridge Gulf, which is at the southern extremity of the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf, Timor Sea. The river has 35 tributaries of which the five longest are Bow River, Nicholson River, Dunham River, Panton River and Negri Rivers.
The lower reaches of the river support an important wetland area known as the Ord River Floodplain, a protected area which contains numerous mangrove forests, lagoons, creeks, flats and extensive floodplains.

Details
EOS 5d Mark II
24-105mm f4.0L IS USM
A: f22
T: 2s
ISO: 100

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Lake Argyle


Lake Argyle is Australia’s second largest artificial lake. Its major inflow is the Ord River. It is located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
This panorama at full resolution can be printed at almost 3m.
Details

Canon 5d Mark II
24-105mm f4.0 IS with Lee Filters
A: f5.6
T: 1/400
ISO: 100