Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistNeil Creek Collectionfineart
Description The Pinnacles are a striking geological formation in the Nambung National Park, near Cervantes in Western Australia. The limestone pillars were formed from the ancient remains of seashells through a complex geological process of transportation, deposition and erosion into the remarkable form we see today. The Pinnacles Desert is covered with countless jagged pillars, which can be several metres tall.When we had planned a trip to Western Australia, The Pinnacles were high on our list of must-see destinations. We would be arriving there at the end of our first day of travel so everything was organised to time our arrival there at sunset. In an experience that I will long remember, I hurriedly worked to capture all the photos that I had in mind as the sun slipped below the horizon. The scenery, however, did not match my mood. The air was still, and the setting sun caused the ochre desert to glow radiantly. Stark, serene and silent, the Pinnacles had quite an impact on me, even as I rushed to capture their beauty.
Neil Creek, Melbourne Member Since January 2008 Artist Statement Neil Creek is a passionate Australian photographer. He is motivated by the beauty of the world and likes to experiment with photographic techniques such as panoramic and 3D photography. He is participating in Project 365 - a photo every day for a year - on his blog.