Photography of Fremantle, Perth, Western Australia
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Perth residents live in the best climate in the world, with mild winters keeping everyone happy.
In the middle distance is Canning Bridge, and Canning Highway.
I cross this clay house every time I enter and exit the Fremantle Arts Centre. It sits nicely in its own space on the corner of a garden bed.
This fly was found in the Stirling Ranges.
This plant lives on the slopes of Bluff Knoll, Stirling Ranges
This flower lives on the slopes of Bluff Knoll, in the Stirling Ranges, WA.
Greg James’ macho man sculpture sits outside Cicerello’s in Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour. Rain enters his head, and leaves from you know where. See also.
Greg James’ macho man sculpture sits outside Cicerello's in Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour. Rain enters his head, and leaves at an exit you can see. See also.
The De Havilland Vampire A79-651, based in Beverley, WA.
I love gazing at the shapes of the clouds in the blue of the sky.
I love the trees at Thompson Bay in Rottnest. I think this may be a jacaranda tree.
A fallen tree makes way for a walk way in the forest near Karri Valley Resort.
Sand bars in Australia are often called 'spits'. The Point Walter Spit has been a favourite place for a weekend walk for generations.
Taken at 5:45pm in beautiful dusk colours, from the E-Shed Markets, Fremantle Harbour. I love this time of the day; it's a transition between the world of day and the world of night.
I took a European holiday in late 2010, and the Lake District was my favourite place in all of England. This photo is taken somewhere off the beaten track, at the base of a meandering hill, in a beautiful woodland environment.
This is one clever seal. He places himself below the fish-filleting bench 10m out onto the jetty, waiting for fish heads and fish parts to be gifted to him by happy fisher people.
I love the band of pink that hovers over the horizon at dusk.
The donkeys were content with their company, chewing their grass at a gentle pace.
The colours at this time of the day are my favourite; dusk.
Walking through the camping grounds I spied a flash of yellow in the corner of my eye and immediately became wowed by such a simply beautiful flower, in the midst of a plethora of plain green grass.
A beautiful day, and beaches like they were straight out of the Caribbean. Esperance has some of the best beaches in Western Australia. A joy to be there.
A fabulous investment made by a brave farming family to have the replica Stone Henge project moved from the originally intended installation site of Margaret River to Esperance, a peaceful holiday and harbour town in the South of Western Australia.