A DEDICATION .
Today I want to dedicate my post to a man who was an incredible inspiration to all of those that are in the landscape photography community Dale Sharp from @dkphotographyau
I met Dale in December 2017 when I first started shooting landscapes. He just happened to be down at my local shooting point, Kirribilli with a few other local togs and his fellow photographer and friend @jacquesvaphotography.
This awesome man not included me in on the scene that day, but continued to
Inspire me, commenting on my photos as I improved over time and just generally, seeing his images and watching his adventures unfold on Instagram. This always made me smile as he was so full of life and courage, capturing beautiful images from places few would dare venture.
So when I heard the news of his tragic death last night, it bought much sadness to me, as he was an incredible inspiration ton so many people and his photography was yet another level again.
So to his beautiful wife Karlie and daughter Mia, I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and the rest of Dale’s family during these sad times.
To you Dale. Your spirit will be forever remain with us in all your photographs and the stories you leave behind. But may your soul now Rest In Peace. 🙏
What an eventful morning, overslept and rushed out to Point Walter to catch a beautiful sunrise. Walked back to realise I'd lost my key along the walk, luckily found it back at Point Walter... Disaster averted at the expense of walking an extra hour than I had hoped.
Nobody but my sanity was harmed in the making of this photo...
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Limestone pillars spread out across the desert floor in The Pinnacles, WA
Sold from my website, to a lovely lady named Colleen.
Thank you so much.💜 I hope you enjoy your Spirit of Alby fine art print.
If you would like to also purchase a print please see link in bio. https://karlstrandphotography.com.au/visualmanifestation
Location: Cradle Mountain, Tasmania. Story: I set out on my trip with a vision. Of a fagus plant framing cradle mountain. I manifested it for weeks before hand and imagined the mountain peering through natures window. Funny thing is. I captured this on the first sunset of the trip. When I found this plant. I dug in and wasn't moving. I spent about 1 hour setting my camera up just in the right spot. I had a snack and twiddled my thumbs for around 3 hours before the light you see here came about. Aspect ratio: 6:4 Size as displayed: 20 x 13.3 Inch Printed on: Hahnemuehle Ultra Smooth Rag Framing: White 20 x 30 Product Number: _KSP3264