Photographer's Note

The Ross River Syncline is a large fold in the rock strata of the East MacDonnell Ranges. This is how it appears from the Ross River Gorge, east of Alice Springs. The rocks here were deposited 500 million years ago, and were folded and uplifted about 330 million years ago. Things have been pretty quiet since then.

Scanned from a slide. Polariser used to bring out the colours. Some people might think the sky is too dark on the right, but I like the polarised look. That's why I wear polaroid sunglasses.

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Additional Photos by Vincent Morand (vjmite) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 244 W: 31 N: 776] (4216)
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