Dominion: Cervantes, Australia

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Chad Mauger ©

 This photo of the Pinnacles was captured at dusk in Nambung National Park, approximately 200km north of Perth in Western Australia. The closest township is Cervantes, referred to by some as Australia’s gateway to the Pinnacles.  It doesn’t matter which photographic technique I use or how long the shutter stays open, I can only ever capture a glimpse of God’s celestial dominion.

“The splendour of His appearance far surpasseth that of any other appearance. His divine concealment is far more profound than any other concealment. His loftiness is immeasurably above every other loftiness. His gracious favour is unequalled by any other evidence of favour. His power transcendeth every power. His sovereignty is invincible in the face of every other sovereignty. His celestial dominion is exalted far above every other dominion. His knowledge pervadeth all created things, and His consummate power extendeth over all beings.”

-The Bab, Selections From the Writings of the Bab, p. 157

Chad was initiated into the world of digital SLRs in 2007 and he continues to be amazed by the photographic opportunities that are presented to him.

He loves sharp lenses, time-lapse videos, and exercising his powers of observation. His portfolio is here and his Flickr page is here.