One of my favourite camping locations in the Flinders Ranges is Brachina Gorge. It is quite the feeling knowing that I am camping in the middle of land dating back 130 million years. In this context, it pales my existence to insignificance. Quite a humbling sensation.
I am usually an early riser, especially when I am camping. On this particular day, I walked across to the location where the picture was taken as it was a mere 10 minutes from camp and the previous day I had told my self I had to take a picture of the distant hills. As I got to the site, visibility was no more than 10 meters with heavy mist making it impossible to even get a glimpse of the foreground, let along the hills.
Several minutes after I had arrived, almost like a curtain at the theatre being raised up, the mist faded away revealing an amazing sight filled with colour and vibrancy.
Photographic print signed by Duncan Udawatta, printed on fine art fibre pearl paper.
Print will be supplied with an extra 5mm white margin for handling and framing purposes.