I’ve just returned from 12 days travelling to and from Lajamanu in the north Tanami desert. I thoroughly enjoyed walking along the beach in the early morning light with the poodles–Ari and Maleko–on Sunday morning. The light, after the stormy weather, was soft compared to that of the Tanami desert.
In the Tanami Desert I only had half an hour in both the morning or evening to take photos before the light became harsh and glarey. There is a longer time here on the southern coast for photography especially in the late spring evenings with their longish twilights.
The other notable difference is the clouds on the coast. There were no clouds in the Tanami–it was clear blue sky everyday. The clouds come with the built up to the rainy season.
4 Replies to “a softer light”
That picture reminds me of a Tom Robbins or any of those early painters of the Australian Outback
Which picture Stu? The tree or the rocks? Or both?
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