As the great Australian landscape photographer Ken Duncan likes to say, “The harder I work, the luckier I get”.
It’s a 6 hour drive from Broome to Bell Gorge, tucked away in the heart of the Kimberley, where I came across this little guy digging in the sand looking for his lunch. I must have spent about 30 minutes on my belly watching him and waiting patiently. Then suddenly, as I inched closer, he reared up on his hind legs to show me how scary he is. *Click. Click. Click*. Lucky timing, I guess.
What makes this even more special is that these little guys are endangered in the Northern Territory and increasingly under threat as the invasive cane toad marches west.
Good to photograph this one in fine form. And always nice to ‘get lucky’.
The sun is setting inside the magnificent Windjana Gorge and noisy flocks of Corellas follow the shadow cast as the sun sets, slowly making their way south through the gorge. This place is impressive at the best of times. At sunset it is simply magical. Standing 30 meters high the gorge has been hollowed out by the seasonal ebb and flow of the Lennard River. It’s like stepping back in time. Continue reading “Stepping Back In Time”→
Back in the 1930s anything ‘Over The Range’ – beyond the King Leopold Ranges in the Central Kimberley – was known locally as The Underworld. This was a place of fugitives, people running away from debts, or previous lives. Today it is home to some of the Gibb River Road’s best attractions.