Bell Gorge in the Kimberley
I had only seen photos of Bell Gorge in the morning and mid day, how the afternoon light transforms it in to a reflective beautiful place.
In all my travels as a landscape photographer throughout Australia the Kimberley as a region would have to be my favourite its ruggerd beauty, cobalt blues sky’s are just amazing and every once in a while through the dry harsh land you find a stunning water hole or river. Just a few minutes drive off the Gib rive road you will find this idyllic location. Though be prepared for a short walk from the carpart to the actual gorge its self and if you wish to explore more allow enough time to get to the lower levels of the gorge.
Bell Gorge in the Kimberley (North West Australia) is the feature of this photograph. It was discovered by Alexander Forest in 1879 after the then King of Belgium Leopold 11. It is located about 135km from Derby via the Gibb River Road.
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