The Kangaroo River begins on a narrow isthmus of the Illawarra escarpment before it plunges hundreds of feet over Carrington Falls into Kangaroo Valley.
On an overcast Saturday on the coast, nothing seems more perfect than being in the mist and rain on the escarpment, where streams pass through still rainforests, before rushing towards the roar of cascades and vertiginous falls.
Walking in the cool waters before the precipice, soothes my feet and aching heart.
Taken in Budderoo National Park using Chamonix 045F1 View Camera with Rodenstock Apo-Sironar-S 150mm lens, on Kodak TMax 100 and developed in a mix of Xtol(1.2) and Adonal(1.200).
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Beautiful small series and the last two are my favorite. I can feel the power of water there !