I've revisited this photo because it was poorly edited. I've returned to the original file and resubmitted it. I have only changed the white balance and added the border. This is not
from my recent miniMEET visit to this location!
This is NOT stock photography. If you would like information about obtaining a high resolution stock version please send me a note. Full views are greatly appreciated, thanks.Location:
Copyright © 2006 Nick Kremer.
Narrow Neck Ridge, Katoomba NSWDate:
Aug 23rd 2007, 7:05amLight conditions:
Morning Sun, Diffused Through Mist.
Original resolution: 8.2 MPComments
Camera: Canon EOS 30D
Lens: Canon EF-S 17-85 / F4-5.6 IS USM
Shutter speed: 1/25 sec.
Focal length: 17 mm
Driving out, we (Anthony and I) didn't know if we'd get to see anything through this thick fog! However, that didn't stop us and we moved out on foot. Anthony was taking a few shot so I walked on a bit further. Before long I find myself standing on an outcrop looking back at the fog that was surrounding Anthony.
It was amazing, I'd never seen anything like it before! It was later that morning I discovered what was happeing! We were on the other side of the ridge where we saw see the clouds being sucked from down in the valley, up the clif face and over the ridge! Hard to explain, but an amazing sight!
Comments are greatly appreciated.The End.