Photographer's Note

Cradle Mountain itself, backed by a blue sky. I was there for three days, and two of them were among the clearest in Cradle Mountain history. I tried out all sorts of filters, tricks, tips - you name it, I tried it. I shot through sunglasses and I shot with my camera in a barrel I made out of my hat and I shot with my camera fully vulnerable to the sun. In some pictures, a radiant blue came out that was more or less overpowering - sometimes so much that I find the photographs unpleasant to look at. This one came through that way, and was shot almost precisely at 2 a.m., which I found to be one of the best times to shoot the mountain when I was there. Cradle Mountain is normally covered in heavy cloud cover or fog, so I was lucky to be there for at least half a cloudless day. In terms of post-processing, I tried to reel back the blue a little, but I like to keep it here because if you stare at the mountain long enough, it gives a wacky 3D effect. I will therefore classify this as experimental.

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