Situated within the world heritage wilderness of the Blue Mountains in the Great Dividing Range lies Kanangra-Boyd National Park. From the sheer Kanangra Walls and into its Deep, wild streams over untold millennia have carved a landscape that seems impassable to the eye. Plunging over the Thurat Walls, Kanangra Creek, falls over 400 meters in eight steps, into the Kanangra Deep. Nearby Kanangra Brook, descends over Kalang Falls in series of steps as well. The canyon carved by these streams is one of Australia’s deepest, falling almost 900 meters below the plateau and mountains above. On the plateau, the silence is broken by the sound of cascading streams rising from the Deep. Over Easter, we visited this National Park and enjoyed camping on the plateau, under the full moon near the Boyd River, in this most wonderful wilderness.
All photos taken with Toyo-View 45CF; Nikkor lenses including SW90 f/8, W 135mm, M 300mm, and Schneider G-Claron 150mm; the first 5 on TMax 100, the 6th on TMax 400, and colour on Fuji Pro 160C. all black and white photos were developed in a mix of Xtol(1:2)+Adonal(1:200), and the colour photos in Tetanal C41 two bath rapid kit.