Nambung National Park, which is a couple of hours drive north of Perth, is home to the Pinnacles, a large area of sand, which is decorated by hundreds of limeshone columns. It isn't clear how they formed; there are three theories, nevertheless they make the national park a popular spot for tourists.
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jadesgran (3365) 2011-06-04 22:43
It was several years ago I saw these pinnacles, and your photo brought back many happy memories.I was with a mini bus of campanologists, and we visited the Pinnacles after ringing the church bells on the West coast.T.F.S
Best Wishes Gladys.
ifege (9503) 2011-06-04 22:44
Probably the best photo I've seen for the Pinnacles - perfect use of the blue hour!
jjcordier (63074) 2011-06-04 22:45
Superbe photo aux fantastiques couleurs.
SnapRJW (19188) 2011-06-05 2:06
Hello Stephen - Your long exposure has worked it's magic on the sky; it is softly hued and quite lovely. A perfect backdrop to the FG detail. The whole scene has "another world" feel. Good job. Best regards Rosemary
delpeoples (45717) 2011-06-05 2:12
I agree with Ian. It's the best shot of the Pinnacles I've seen. Not much else to say really, fantastic job.
Have a good evening
corjan3 (1879) 2011-06-05 3:22
Very interesting image in great quality, lovely colours and good POV. They obviously are a (wind) erosion remnant probably of calcrete and some ferricrete. Perhaps plant roots played a role in their differential resistance to weathering. Congratulations with this very pleasant picture. Best wishes.
Kielia (20657) 2011-06-08 4:28
this is nature seen with the eyes of the artist. Excellent management of the light and very beautiful and harmonious colors. This is really a fantastic composition! TFS!