Photography of Fremantle, Perth, Western Australia
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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.