Camera protection backpacking

Protecting your camera backpacking Stirling Range Ridge Walk

Stirling Range Ridge Walk Protecting camera gear backpacking is essential if it is to remain usable when traversing rugged environments. As you can see from the image below of the Third Arrow, the Ridge Walk terrain is challenging with a heavy pack. You should have a modern backpack with shoulder and hip harness. My advice... Continue reading "Protecting your camera backpacking Stirling Range Ridge Walk"

Stirling Range Ellen Peak Pyungoorup The Arrows Australia

Stirling Range Ridge Walk Western Australia

[siteorigin_widget class="SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget"][/siteorigin_widget] Horizon Calendar In 1997 I was publishing my large format Horizon Calendar of West Australian landscapes. I had been photographing and hiking in the Stirling Range since the early 1980s with a 35mm film camera. But the Horizon Calendar images were all made from my 4x5 camera field camera using Velvia 50 iso... Continue reading "Stirling Range Ridge Walk Western Australia"

Skink Bluff Knoll Stirling Range Western Australia

Skink Bluff Knoll Stirling Range. Beautifully camouflaged against the orange lichen flecked rocks, a skink warms itself on the summit of Bluff Knoll. The morning had started off with relatively clear skies, with the rocks receiving plenty of sunshine right up until mid afternoon. With diminished direct sunlight from the approaching cloud cover this skink... Continue reading "Skink Bluff Knoll Stirling Range Western Australia"