Pinnacles

The Pinnacles are located in Nambung National Park in WA and are made up of thousands of limestone pillars rising out of the ground.

It is a spectacular site to see and at sunrise and sunset, the colours are amazing.

Travel photography Pinnacles

Travel photography Pinnacles

Travel photography Pinnacles

Travel photography Pinnacles

Travel photography Pinnacles

Travel photography Pinnacles

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Capturing The Timeless. Jarrad is a photographer, travelling Australia since 2009 with his wife and four children.

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  1. Beautiful, I’ve never seen this before, but it reminds me of Bryce Canyon in Utah.

  2. I love the way the colours change so dramatically at sunrise and sunset.

  3. I love the way the colours change so dramatically at sunrise and sunset.

  4. almost surreal looking in the way that they’re so uniform in places. isn’t nature awesome! Thanks for sharing.
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  5. These are pretty impressive! I have never encountered a landscape like this one. It almost looks like something out of Star Wars, haha 😀

  6. The stones are virtual tombstones for natural spirits that are more or less earthbound. If you wet your finger in a weak solution of D-lysergic acid diethylamide and make a horizontal trace across the surface of a chrome tinted lens or filter, you will be able to capture these magnificent beings. But you need to be a bit delicate about it as they are quite shy….

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