Karijini Weano Waterfall - Four Gorges
Copyright: Tomasz makarewicz
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14672x7336
Uploaded: 03/06/2013
Updated: 11/08/2014


Tags: karijini; national park; weano; gorge; waterfall; pool; cliff; rocks; four gorges; red gorge; makarewicz
  • Barb Comstock 12 months ago
    Beautiful... it reminds me of Zion National Park in Utah. Lovely sandstone ribbon rock. It was very enjoyable playing with the 360 degree panorama.... except when I spun it and got motion sick! Hahahaha.
  • David Rowley over 1 year ago
    Nice work Tomasz. Hope you managed to keep your camera dry! I borrowed one of Pete's pelican cases to get my gear through and it managed to leak a bit... Mind you Pete did throw it and my camera off of the falls at knox gorge!
  • haga over 1 year ago
    this is more of an art than simple photography.. I will tell my friends about this site so they can enjoy it, too..
  • Richard Chesher over 1 year ago
    Wow, some adventure, nice perspective, I'm wondering if the water was chilly. For some reason your description of the image is not visible on the page - although I can see from the thumbnails below that you did make one.
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