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The light Paine is exceptional in late fall and winter, and dramatic conditions can be expected. In winter the sun is so low that you are very nearly shooting sunrise or sunset the whole day (which starts at 10am). At one point we observed 14 out of 15 consecutive sunrises and sunsets that were this good, probably my lifetime record, and a photographer’s dream! The challenge is, like always, also where the most excitement is. It’s about getting off the beaten path and seeing unique places, making images that are yours. I will NEVER forget this trip to this remote shore. We nicknamed it iceberg bay (obviously).
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Here I am, sitting outside my room at Gap Ridge Village, Karratha enjoying a beautiful Western Australian sunset. The work camp is home to (at times) around 2000 fly-in/fly-out (or FIFO) workers associated with the mining and oil & gas industry in Karratha.
The common roster is 2 weeks on 2 weeks off but some work longer. Sunsets like this one, after a long 12 hour work day can put a smile on your face, but nothing quite does it like flying home.
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