Kata Tjuta (The Olgers)
Kata Tjuta just lends its self to a landscape photographer such a beautiful Australian landscape in my opinion much more attractive than Uluru ( Ayres Rock). My only problem was how the get the right perspective , the solution was to stand on the roof of my car for 20 minutes taking lots of photographs, the extra height gave me a camera view of 3.7 m above the ground. Personally I am very happy with this photo the setting sun provided me with colours I could only have dreamed about.
I point out that none of my photos have been photoshopped to enhance there colour I would describe my self and my values as a purist l. A lot of photographers are happy to do this but in book this is cheating. It is just to easy to change colours with a computer but to be in a location sometime for days, that is what it is really about.
Kata Tjuta, and also known as Mount Olga or just as The Olgas, are a group of large domed rock formations located about 360 km southwest of Alice Springs. The highest point, Mount Olga, is approximately 550 m above the surrounding area and is 200 m higher than Uluru. Kata Tjuta is my favourite mountain group in this locality, probably because none of the 36 domes look alike and exploring these domes is just a lot of fun.
Lloyd Howlett’s Australian landscape limited edition photographs are printed on archival quality canvas (designed to last well in to the next century and beyond) individually numbered and signed. Making each print completely individual.