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Sun set light at James Price Point, Kimberley, Western Australia. It is a very beautiful coast with fabulous red cliffs.
Even so, it is also the State Government’s preferred site for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant. It is a very sad decision for Kimberley region. However, if you do not know why, then it must be for money, money, money……………..

Captured with Nikon D300, Nikkor 18 – 200mm lens.

Featured on Colour and Light group 21/08/2011
Featured in Kimberley Captures group 3/09/2011

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james prices pioint, kimberley, western australia, red cliffs, jfphotography, landscape, outback

Comments

  • Dean Bailey
    Dean Baileyalmost 3 years ago

    very cool image

  • Thank you Dean ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • lorilee
    lorileealmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful!!!!

  • Thank you Lorilee ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • Rocksygal52
    Rocksygal52almost 3 years ago

    Great Picture, it’s a different world up there

  • Thank you, yes it is ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • Eileen Brymer
    Eileen Brymeralmost 3 years ago

    WOW! It even looks RICH! LOL! Great shot!

  • Thank you Eileen, it will be used for the gas processing plant ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • Dieter Tracey
    Dieter Traceyalmost 3 years ago

    wow! the colours of Western Australia… beautiful

  • Thank you Dieter, I do not think there will be many more photos of this place ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • Trish Threlfall
    Trish Threlfallalmost 3 years ago

    oh no way ,,,,,,,,,,, awesome capture :))

  • Thank you Trish ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • GailD
    GailDalmost 3 years ago

    Brilliant shot & brilliant colours.

  • Thank you Gail ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • andy551
    andy551almost 3 years ago

    Awesome capture!!! I’m impressed!

  • Thank you very much Andy ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • Adri  Padmos
    Adri Padmosalmost 3 years ago

    Outstanding capture, Jan!

  • Much appreciate Adri ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98almost 3 years ago

    A real beauty Jan and we can only hope that the government’s plans don’t materialize. That would be sacrilege of the highest order.
    Regards
    Peter

  • Thank you Peter. When I was living Western Beaches early morning in July, long convoy of Police and Woodside tracks and cars was heading there. I think the deal is done ;)

    – Jan Fijolek

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