Remnants

Landscape. A rarity for me these days. Of the unaltered kind. Could do with a telephone pole and powerline or two if you ask me to spice it up a bit. Still, here’s a throwback classic landscape for you, captured with stomach cramps on my last breath, one foot in the grave, in the white sand dunes of Esperance, Western Australia:

esperance-swept 

Captured using the Canon 17mm tilt shift lens which I accidentally ended up kidnapping and bringing on the Esperance trip (sorry Mike!). That lens is tack sharp, really nice. And that concludes our trip into the past, unaltered landscapes must rest now.

12 Comments on “Remnants”

  1. " Could do with a telephone pole and powerline or two if you ask me to spice it up a bit"

    Hahahahahaha, you just have to be contrary and ask for the things most photographers grumble about to no end!

        1. Chrisbo hahah, lets not call it that hehe. Despite being named we are still pioneers mainly because, well, because we say we are 🙂 Robert Adams is pretty awesome, not quite enough shopping trolleys nor power lines and telephone poles in his images though 🙂

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