A few sunset and evening time shots exploring Gantheaume Point in Broome. I dropped the traditional sunset opportunities to race over to Roebuck Bay and get some shots of a nearby storm over the sea. Quite spectacular.
Broome, delivering on all fronts.
A few more photos from evening trip at Broome. Lovely sunset on display. Lots of dragonflies out too.
The last vestiges of light
Long exposure a little out of focus. Ends up looking like a pinhole shot. Awesome!
Good old long exposure
Broome is a town that just keeps on giving. Abnormally high and low tides reveal some fascinating glimpses rarely seen. This includes wrecks from World War II - seaplanes that were destroyed by the Japanese. The wreckage is only visible at very low times - just a few times each year - so I was fortunate to get the chance to wade out across the mud plains to see them.
High tide at Broome
Sea plane wreckage
I love that some parts are still identifiable, like the screws and bolts
I love the colour of the Ocean here
Muddy plains - walking out to the seaplane wreckage is a bit of trek, made harder by the mud.
The plains are teeming with little sea creatures, like this Star Trek like creature
Love how encrusted this crab's shell is
On a work assignment in Broome, Western Australia, getting the most out of beautiful beach and sunsets.