Change of Focus Photography | Karratha is Home for Now

Karratha is Home for Now

July 27, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

3 days has passed again and I am still in Karratha, It’s been all about the work. No chance as yet to get out an explore as we have been working hard photographing schools. Its interesting as the schooling system is a little different in the west as Kindy and pre primary classes are part of the school system. The kids are great but its different photographing in the heat. Its extremely draining when its this hot but I’m enjoying every minute. New people to meet and going different places every day. Tomorrow there is a plan to explore some of the local area  and perhaps even watch a sunset in Dampier. Wonderwoman and supergirl have both been resting but over the weekend they are going to be out in full force and checking out more of the country side. On a positive note fitness wise my step count is huge, Over 100000 everyday and all done in the heat. Its nearly time for bed as Dampier Primary awaits tomorrow, can’t wait.

Dampier Is done and a chance to explore, Red Dog territory, A monument sits at the entrance to the town and a beautiful view  of the port of Dampier where the huge ships come and go at will, Palm trees dotted along the coastline mixed with some amazing rock formations. A short drive up the road we found a fantastic lookout where you could see for miles. The sun danced on the water as we just sat and relaxed after a busy day. A warning sign on the foreshore made me chuckle, beware of falling coconuts and the small crop of sturt desert peas looked so pretty swaying in the gentle breeze. The drive back took us across the salt flats that glow pink in the sunlight with crystals of salt forming around the rocks, A further drive up to the lookout at Karratha where the view from the top shows you the whole of Karratha and beyond. It was nice to take the time to check out the local area and see the sights of a very different landscape, Looking forward to the weekend off and a chance to explore the countryside even further


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