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    This is an image of the deep Murchison Gorge, which exposes an excellent section through the Tumblagooda Sandstone. I wanted to take a picture of this small piece of Australia, that showed not only the amazing oranges but also the scale of the place. My daughter's clothes matched perfectly with the colors and I asked her to stand close with her arms raised. Being there, you feel as if you are in front of a huge aboriginal painting.
    WHAT MAKES THIS PHOTO GREAT?
    Composition 17
    Lighting 9
    Creativity 15
    Story 10

    Where to start--there's so many reasons I love this photo. The layers are well defined yet flow in a way that reminds me of moving water. Adding your daughter for scale was a good idea, and her outfit lends a fun, playful touch. I also like that you let the wall fill the entire frame. Nice work!

    Lindsay Kuczera
    Digital Media Specialist, National Geographic Expeditions