Cracked Earth

Two exposure vertical panorama (2x18mm) showing the expanse of dry cracked earth next to Wivenhoe Dam at Logan's Inlet.

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View all photos taken: Sunday, 24th June 2007, This photo: 9:24pm

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Comments

  • benefit of hindsight said:
    I think this is very cool - great texture here.
    Nice idea making a panoramic shot like this!
  • Xenedis said:
    Great work. Terribly dry ground.

    I like the tall vertical format.
  • David de Groot said:
    I had to go hunting for the cracked ground. The first stop I made, it'd rained reasonably recently and so the ground was mushy rather than cracked. Luckily I persevered and came across Logan's Inlet and the large expanses of lovely cracked dried mud.

    Thanks Johnno - not too shabby for the kit lens eh? (would have been better still with better glass, and maybe a little later in the arvo, but one works within the boundaries of ones equipment and time availability).
  • Xenedis said:
    Yeah, sometimes you don't have the right light or gear.
  • Easyfrog said:
    Well, I was just listening to a french tv program mentionning there was a big dryness problem in Australia .....
  • David de Groot said:
    Sure is - well unless you're in the Hunter Valley/Newcastle region or the far north of Queensland, both of which have more than enough water.
  • ßlϋeωãvε said:
    There's been record amounts of rain in June for England & Wales; the city of Sheffield has been cut off! I know that doesn't help you, just thought I'd comment. Scotland has been quite dry though.
  • David de Groot said:
    Well just to spite me, it's been raining since Sunday night here. Although, not so much on the dams and really it's steady light rain, not the torrential downpours that the catchment needs.
  • Panorama Paul said:
    Hey David, would you please add this awesome photograph to the Vertoramas group?
  • David de Groot said:
    I'd forgotten about this one - shall do :)