Cable Beach at Broome, in the far north west of Western Australia is famous for many things, of which the most iconic is the camel. People queue for hours to spend about $60 for the pleasure of a ride along the beach as the sun is setting. Consider that there are at least three strings of camels, 20 to a string and each can carry two people. And it is seldom you see a camel devoid of passengers. Not bad bikkies eh?
This was the red jacketed string arriving in readiness for their evening stint. It was only about 3.00pm and once they arrived at their “station” they all sat down and waited patiently for the approaching sunset at about 6 pm.
This was taken with my back to the ocean on my Sony R1 in aperture priority at with nd4 filter attached. It was the last day of my trip.