My brother and I decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather today and head down to Fremantle. We stopped by at the totally awesome cafe Ootong and Lincoln for a quick drink and a bite. I was particularly interested to see the large Anya Brock mural, having closely followed its progress on social media. […]
We went back to enjoy Cable Beach on my last evening in Broome. I had vowed to watch the sunset from a different beach each night I was in Broome, and true to my word we saw the sun set from a different part of Cable Beach to before. We stayed out late, well after […]
Town Beach is yet another beautiful beach in Broome. We ventured there to check out the beautiful view over the weekend. This beach has the typical Broome thing – red dirt, boab trees, sun and sky – all very close to each other. There were lots of people about, chiling out, taking it easy – […]
See here for part 1. It was impossible to contain all of these photos into just one post!
I unexpectedly had the afternoon off yesterday, and I decided to make the most of the beautiful weather by visiting the annual Sculpture By The Sea, held at Cottesloe Beach. This is the ninth time this event has been held at Cottesloe and it is always popular. There is something about the combination of the […]
On my second night in Broome, we went down to Gantheaume Point in the hope of finding some dinosaur footprints. Turns out we were completely in the wrong place, but we didn’t care as we enjoyed exploring the shallow pools that had formed when the tide went out. The water was so warm and the […]
As part of National Geographic’s ongoing celebration of their 125th anniversary, they are showcasing some images from their amazing archive on a special tumblr site. These pictures are truly awe-inspiring, not least of all because they are mostly film (gulp!) and prove that photography isn’t all about having the latest equipment or the sharpest lens. […]