Gantheaume Point Broome

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I’m really very proud of this shot.  Its a 15 shot panoramic photo of Gantheaume Point in Broome.  5 shots wide with 3 levels of focus stacking to ensure the photo was razor sharp throughout.

It was stinking hot when I took this shot, something like 35 degrees and it took close to 25mins to complete it.  I drove straight home after this and had the longest shower as I was soo sweaty!  Ewww!

No trip up to Broome would be complete without heading across to Gantheaume to check out the spectacular red colours.   Its a 5min drive out of town and I could spend literally hours shooting there.  Go at the right time of year and you can see dinosaur foot prints at low tide as well.  Very cool.

Thanks,

Jamie

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2 Comments

  1. Tim Wootton June 26, 2012 at 12:37 pm #

    Beautiful Jamie, Broome is not my favourite place but i get why people love it. The colours are awesome!

    • Jamie Paterson July 1, 2012 at 11:49 am #

      Thanks Tim. I could quite easily live up there for a few months. I’d prefer to hit the Whitsundays though.

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