A couple of years ago in 2017, I was lucky enough to spend some time in the Karijini National Park while on a camping trip.
Situated around 1400km north of Perth and not far east of Tom Price, it's loaded with beautiful and unforgiving creeks, gorges and towering chasms that are a real sight to behold.
At the time, I didn't have a subscription to Lightroom so I filed the raw photo files on my computer and forgot about them. As what becomes so easy to do was to shoot on my phone and keep those handy to show and upload.
Since beginning this little side project website, I have geared myself up with a new Lightroom alternative and thought it was well overdue to have another look at these photos.
For me, most were bin worthy - I was shooting with a 24-105mm L lens for the trip on a Canon 70D, and there was just something about the lens I didn't like, it was randomly soft, however on having a new look there are a few keepers.
Here are some images... What do you think?