Backbeach Mangroves

Digging up some old photos from my Karratha days. These are some of my first efforts at stitching panos.  Just taken down the backbeach on a super low tide.

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~ by Jamie Nicolaou on December 23, 2009.

6 Responses to “Backbeach Mangroves”

  1. Nice work Jamie.
    Merry Christmas mate!
    Dave

  2. Cheers Dave – Merry Xmas to you too.

  3. nice shot, love those twisted mangroves

  4. Cheers Dan, thanks for visiting. Have a great new year.

  5. Hey there, You have some amazing shot on here! well done!
    Perhaps you could help me….. I am heading up to dampier for work and ive got 5 days of sitting around not doing much so i thought I’d take the work ute exploring and try and find some spots to try and capture some landscapes. I noticed you a have spent a lot of time up there and thought you might be able to point me in the direction of some nice locations? i’ll be based in dampier but should have most afternoon and evenings off to explore. Any pointers? Any help would be very appreciated

    Cheers

    Charles

    • Hey Charles, cheers for dropping by. As for locations, if I told you I’d have to kill you!! Jokes. It’s sort of hard to say directly, because I was there for a while i learnt the tides and had a fair idea of where to go in relation to the ocean, but Hearsons cove is good on low tide, as well as Backbeach, even straight out the front of Dampier there, there’s some cool rocks. Head out of town, maybe over towards Point Samson. Even head out towards Millstream on the Millstream-Tom Price road, beautiful drive. Drive up around the back of the hills behind Karratha, out on the Burrup as well. But everywhere depends on the light in any situation. not much else I can tell you but just get out for a drive, your eye will see something.

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