It's back to nature once again after that super short little intrusion of 'architectural abstracts'
. No plants at the moment, but this is undeniably part of our natural world.
Wave Rock, and Hyden, Western Australia. We took a four and a half hour drive to get there, and four and half hours more to drive back. We probably spent a total of less than two hours walking along the Wave Rock, above it, and then walking through some paths to the Hippos Yawn (which seriously looks like a Hippo Yawning). The Wave Rock is about 100m long, pretty high though, and is shaped like a large wave made out of rock. The colours/stains on the rock were made by the minerals carried over the side of the rock when it rains. They've built a little barrier on top to reduce further erosion, so the rock won't cave in anytime soon. It's a pretty cool sight though, despite the long enough drive!
Fujifilm Superia 400
Settings on Auto, focus at infinity
Scanned from negative with Digital Ice on at Fine, a little cloning and healing brush to even out the areas where the Digital ice healed the scratches, a little sharpening to add detail to the rock (it was blurred a little during the scanning process with Digital Ice on), and a little colour adjustments for optimum colour