Lots of discussion about this area still, we were lucky enough to be able to spend a couple of days at a great little camping spot not far from the point itself.
The proposed largest LNG precinct in the world at James Price Point is just that a proposal. We are not here to protest, we are here to make a promise IT IS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. If you are planning to sell your photos of this country I suggest that you accompany each photo with information about this proposal. http://handsoffcountry.blogspot.com Thanks
No problem Red, Looks like you’ve done that for me.
Hi Pete, how many images have you stitched for this one?
It was an 8 image stitch Jo, about 2mins after sunset.
I feel this image defienately has some merrit but I feel that a dirty big gas plant in the foreground would much improve the overall composition.
Thanks for dropping by Col’n, My blog is normally only used for social chit chat with the odd decent photo chucked in to talk about but now it might become a political forum instead. by the way you might want to do some night classes to improve your spelling buddy.
Good example of when white skies work – somehow makes it more distinctive and adds to the serenity and isolation. Hopefully you won’t one day be pulling it out to show the grandies what it “used to” look like.
I am a bit partial to the white sky thing now Muzz, I think it keeps the image clean and uncluttered in a lot of cases.
Yeah certainly would not be good to just look at pictures of what used to be there that’s for sure. I took a heap just in case though.
Great shot from a very special place !
(sorry it took me this long to discover your blog!)
Great to hear from you Flemming, a special place indeed.
The white sky works well in this shot Peter!
I also like the white sky in this shot (something I usually hate)…nice capture 🙂
Absolute Beauty Peter.
Nice clean image Pete!
Beautiful image! Can’t beat a place where the desert meets the beach!
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