Kimberley Whale Watching’s 2014 wildlife trips brochure.
After a period of being landlocked, we packed our cameras and headed out in the dinghy yesterday for a cruise around Roebuck Bay, enjoying unseasonal easterly winds. Our prevailing wet season winds are westerlies, which make for choppy conditions in Roebuck Bay. Heading across the bay to the waters off Thangoo, we spotted six of these gorgeous little newborn Zebra … Read More
The 2013-2014 wet season got off to a flying start in December 2013, with falls of 205mm, followed by 390mm in January 2014. To the south of Broome, Roebuck Plains is a vast, flat catchment, subject to tidal saltwater inundation from Roebuck Bay, with millions of litres of freshwater flowing back into the bay after sustained rainfall. In the … Read More
One of our hard drives bit the dust this week, which prompted me to be more vigilant about archiving data from previous years onto more than one drive. In the process I had a look at some files of images from years past, and spent part of the morning uploading some new images to our Kimberley Stock Photos website. After … Read More
American “Outside” magazine recently featured one of our Ord River shots in a feature on their 2013 “Outside Travel Awards”. They awarded the Kimberley’s Kununurra “Best Adventure Hub” for its proximity to the Bungle Bungles, The Ord River, pictographs, El Questro and Camden Sound Marine Park. The Ord River image was taken during a wet season helicopter flight between Christmas … Read More
I’ve spent the morning touching up and uploading some of Richard Costin’s beautiful images of the Kimberley coast and inland, most of them taken with a Pentax 6×7 medium format camera. One of my favourites is this beautiful wet season shot of Kingfisher Island, in the Buccaneer Archipelago, taken on a low spring tide which exposed the mudflats surrounding the … Read More
Join photographer and film-maker Richard Costin from Kimberley Whale Watching (and Kimberley Media), and George Swann from Kimberley Birdwatching for an unforgettable trip along the Kimberley coast, and out to Adele Island and the Lacepede Islands. A wildlife photographer’s dream, you’ll have the chance to photograph seabirds and cetaceans in their natural habitat. 11-20 Sept. 2013 $5,500 pp twin share … Read More