Monthly Archives: July 2013
Back in February I got a phone call from a friend who told me I needed to get down to Wentworth Falls immediately to witness the most amazing sight. Quite begrudgingly I rugged up and stepped out into the drizzle (which even in its own miserable way provided some level of welcome relief from the ridiculous, torrential downpours of the past week) and wandered off to Princes Rock to see what was going on. I was met by the most wondrous sight of torrents of water cascading down the waterfall, in stark contrast to the reliable yet conservative amount of water that we’re used to seeing. The roar of the water, whilst far from deafening was loud and powerful and around it everything seemed to remain still and quiet. It was awe inspiring and beautiful and somehow, delightfully humbling. Locals assured me it was a once in a lifetime event! (or thereabouts…)
So, now to share some more photos with you :) A couple of these images already appear on my shop page but just to let you know they’re all available to buy. Just get in touch if you’d like to do so xx
I’ve never really got into landscape photography. I didn’t fell confident that I could adequately capture the beauty of what my eyes were seeing, without seeming cliched somehow. Since moving to the mountains though something has shifted and these days I can’t seem to help myself.
I’d like to share some images from a lovely trip to Narrow Neck recently… xx