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BJK Ben James Knapinski books and photos of Western Australia
International Award Winning Landscape Photography of Western Australia
Paul Dowe Galleries - International Award Winning landscape Photography of Western Australia
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Pinnacles, Nambung-Nationalpark, Western Australia, scanned from slide film, taken 1995. More about these strange formations from Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pinnacles_Desert
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Explore Perth holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | In Wadjuk country, way out west in the Indian Ocean breeze, Perth regularly attracts that most easy-going of adjectives â 'livable'. Under a near-permanent canopy of blue sky, life here unfolds at a pleasing pace. Throw in superb beaches, global eats and booming small-bar and street-art scenes, and Perth seems downright progressive. Free from the pressures of congestion, pollution and population afflicting Sydney…
Why travel to Western Australia? Here is the answer...
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Tides of Change
The sandy 4WD track that leads to Cape Peron is not for the faint hearted. But for true adventurers it is worth the trek. In the entire day I was shooting here, I only saw two other people. I just love the lavish blend of colours in this landscape – turquoise ocean merges with white sand, then both give way to the rich terracotta cliff face.
Cottesloe Beach Pylon Western Australia - Western Australia - Open Edition Prints - Neal Pritchard Landscape Photography - Fine Art Landscape Photography, Landscape Photography Prints
Cottesloe Beach Pylon Western Australia. Dawn over the Indian Ocean at Cottesloe Beach with the famous pylon as the focal point. Cottesloe Beach being the most popular beach in Perth, with its cafe strip and open area bars, large grassed areas makes for a perfect place to spend a warm summers evening on the beach or the local beer gardens and cafes. Image Title Old Pylon Cottesloe Beach