|Nature Photography by Rob Gray :: Image #02368|
In the Northern Territory, way over on the western side you will find the Gregory National Park through which flows the Victoria River. This shot was taken at dawn at the old low-level crossing of the river which apparently also happens to be the spot where that German tourist started his killing spree a few years ago.
A fact that I was blissfully unaware of until after we had camped there for several days.
What I loved in this scene was the transition from the green of the underwater gunge to the bright orange of the sunlit cliffs in the background. Note also how the ability to see beneath the water decreases as you look up and angle of incidence for the reflected sky changes.