Wave Rock is a naturally formed granite feature in Hyden, Western Australia, that first began developing nearly 130 million years ago. The area is said to have cultural significance for the Aboriginal people. I first visited this place more than ten years ago when I played with a brass band. The band toured some rural towns in the area, including at the base of Wave Rock. Ten years on, the town site has not changed one iota. It was surreal seeing it again, but it was great to be able to catch it on camera this time around.
Filmed with a Sony Nex VG10 with Canon 17-55mm f2.8 lens. I think I used the stock lens for a shot somewhere too but the others were all done with the canon lens.