Cable Beach Western Australia
The Incredible tranquility of the Indian Ocean, Cable Beach Broome Western Australia. After weeks in the idyllic Kimberley I was looking forward to the Indian Ocean, the calmness that it would bring to my life. I loved this spot, as I am taking this beautiful sunset photo I am knee deep in warm soft salty water lapping against my shorts and loving it.
I guess you had to be there at that moment to feel the soft warm breeze on your face listening to the sound of soft waves gentley breaking on the beach. Four years later that moment staining in the water still moves me.
After taking this wonderful sunset photograph I picked up a pizza and proceeded to drive to my planed camping spot some 3 hours of driving away. Basically camping on the side of the road on a legal free parking spot with the most disgusting smelling toilet which over 4 years later I cant forget. Te next day I was to travel to the Warren Bungles not far as the crow flies but after being on the road for two and a half month’s I was getting tired of driving.
Cable Beach Broome, Western Australia. Cable Beach was named after the old telegraph cable laid between Australian and the rest of the world via Java in 1889.
Lloyd Howlett’s Australian landscape limited edition photographs are printed on archival quality canvas (designed to last well in to the next century and beyond) individually numbered and signed. Making each print completely individual.