The Walls of China is the main attraction for Mungo National Park in southwest New South Wales, about 1,000km from Sydney. This is a place I have wanted to visit for years, after seeing some stunning images of the Walls.
I captured this image just hours after arriving at Mungo for the first time (and after a 1,000km car ride that day). I made my way to the Red Top lookout to try find some good compositions for sunset that evening. There was ample choice, and for about 90 minutes I carefully moved amongst the lunettes to get different views. It was a great evening.
This image is one of my favorite from Mungo National Park. The sunset was simply stunning, and made the clouds appear as if they were on fire. Even after the sun dropped below the horizon the sky was bathed in warm, rich hues.
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