I’m sitting in Broome surrounded by camera and sound gear, trying to magically condense a great pile of stuff into a light and compact arrangement for a forthcoming wet season trip up the Kimberley coast. What I need is the photographic equivalent of the Tardis.
IN 2007 after much planning, fellow photographer Richard Costin and I embarked on a three month expedition up the Kimberley coast to photograph whales and other marine life in Camden Sound. Wending our way down the coast towards Derby at the end of the trip, we moored our houseboat on a sandbank in Talbot Bay, near Turtle Reef, to co-incide … Read More
Looking back through a photographer’s archive at whale photos taken on the Kimberley coast.
65km off the Kimberley coast lies Adele Island, a low grassy fish-hooked shaped mound surrounded by extensive sandy reef flats. Although a tiny speck on the map, Adele is an important breeding ground for Masked and Brown boobies (Sula dactylatra and Sula leucogaster), Lesser Frigage birds (Fregata ariel), terns, pelicans, and various waders. In 2010 and 2011 we visited … Read More