The last rays of sunlight strike the face of Mt Bowen on Hinchinbrook Island. This untouched island is the largest national park island in the Great Barrier Reef.
It's a true gem and rightfully world-heritage listed.
The Thorsborne Trail, which runs almost the length of the island from north to south, takes 3-5 days to complete and is recognised as one of the most beautiful hikes in the world.
It's a land lost in time. Standing on the beach looking back at the rainforest and mountains, one almost expects to see a solitary pterodactyl riding the tropical air currents.
This photo was taken from Zoe Bay, about halfway along the length of the trail.
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PJE (20758) 2008-09-11 23:11
Greg the reflection of the clouds in the sand have a more attractive appeal than the real clouds in the sky. Very good colors captured in this evening frame. That touch of sunlight on Mt Bowen really makes the photo incredible. Excellent work and thanks for sharing!
carmia (5472) 2008-09-11 23:41
A beautiful image full of color, good composition and framing very attractive. TFS. Carme.
yaya13baut (3344) 2008-09-13 9:47
great light and colors