If a picture speaks a thousand words my new Gibb River Road calendars tell a story 6 years in the making.
6 years of fun and games exploring the Kimberley. 6 years chasing the light. Sunrises and sunsets. Flat tyres and rough roads. All condensed to 12 pages and 48 photos. What a journey. And what a place to call home!
Of the 3550 calendars printed in May I only have about 150 remaining so get in quick.
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What is it that draws me back to this place? It’s a question I wrestle with time and again, as I am now, camped next to the Pentecost River in the East Kimberley at the end of my 6-week trip.
The Kimberley, of course, is different things to different people. For some it’s a holiday and a place to escape cooler climates down south. For others it’s a pilgrimage of sorts – a tradition – like the father and son on their way to Kalumburu for their bi-annual fishing trip. For others, like Ken Duncan’s photography tour group, it’s a great photography workshop of sorts. And of course, for a lot of people, it is home.
Continue reading “The Lure Of The Kimberley”