WPC: Motion

This week Jen has challenged us to, ‘share your photographs that have captured motion, and tell us the stories behind the images.’

For the first time in a long time, I’ve actually gone out to take photos for a challenge and seeing we’re travelling, this is what I came up with today 🙂

On the road west of Norseman

On the road west of Norseman

In the above photo, we were racing against time to go and view McDermid Rock, west of Norseman, Western Australia (WA) before the sun set which is early here for autumn, setting at 5:20pm. You can see the motion in the dust trail behind us in the side mirror and obviously the trees and shrubs on the side.

McDermid Rock, west of Norseman, WA

McDermid Rock, west of Norseman, WA

We were lucky enough to make it and climb it. The motion of the wind can be seen in the pool of water.

Disappointment Rock

Disappointment Rock

And, last but by no means least, the cloud of dust of a truck driving on the dirt tracks as Mr Oz photographs tadpoles in the pool.

For some awesome take on this challenge, look here

 

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My passion has been for many, many years landscape photography so when the chance came up to retire early, in order to travel, I took it! It made sense then to marry the two (travel and photography) and create this blog. I hope you enjoy it :)
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6 Responses to WPC: Motion

  1. That rock is spectacular. 🙂

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  2. Tina Schell says:

    Yeah but where are the tadpole photos?!?!?!? Just kidding, very creative R2T, well done!

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    • You know Tina, we take SO many photos, we seldom show one another what we’ve taken. His Mum used to ask if we had gone on the same trip:) Obviously he’s taking photos of tadpoles, while I’m taking photos of everything else 🙂

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  3. macmsue says:

    Do you know how that rock was formed? It’s stunning.

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  4. I don’t actually, but I’ve found this paper on the rocks and region that might be of interest to you, I hope it helps 🙂 http://www.rswa.org.au/publications/Journal/85(2)/bourne85(2).pdf

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