At the eastern end of Talbot Bay lies Poulton Creek, a large freshwater system not far from the Horizontal Waterfalls. The creek is lined with an extensive mangrove system, and on a still morning this makes for the most beatiful reflective shots. In the wet season the sheer volume of freshwater in Poulton Creek keeps the saltwater at bay. Have … Read More
GRAHAM LLOYD From: The Australian January 29, 2013 12:00AM THE Horizontal Waterfalls, which appears with a falling 10m Kimberley tide, will be the focus of a new national park to extend protection for one of the last great marine wilderness areas. Two new marine parks will extend one already declared at Camden Sound, the biggest humpback whale calving area in … Read More
Caught between two cyclones on a ten day wet season photographic expedition on the Kimberley coast toTalbot Bay, Dugong Bay and Montgomery Reef.
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