Robert K Dwyer

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Nikon/Fuji
Lens:
12-24mm F4.5-5.6 DG HSM II
Shutter:
1/400
Aperture:
F/8
ISO Setting:
200
Description:

On a recent trip to Blackdown Tableland National Park I used the opportunity to try my new Sigma 12 to 24mm DG HSM 2 lens to capture the ruggedness of what is paradoxically a harsh yet beautiful area. The falls here are known as Gudda Gumoo (Rainbow waters) by the native aboriginal Ghungalu people and hosts several ponds as the falls and cascades makes it's way down through the sandstone walled gorge.