Above the tropical world’s most substantial wilderness coast – in northwestern Australia – are some of our planet’s more spectacular skies.
(note to those viewing this in Microsoft-land. A new “gremlin” has recently emerged. It is randomly turning some “portrait”-shaped images on their sides. If I “fix” that problem in Apple-land, it buggers it in Microsoft-land, and vice-versa. If anyone knows of a fix that works, let me know, please! Meanwhile, everything should look right on an Ipad or Mac, but some images will be wonk on a Windows pc)
Even before you head north from Broome – the Kimberley’s one biggish town – sunset is generally memorable.
Once you get out of town, even a non-stormy morning sky can be unforgettable.
But – as is generally true of monsoonal places – the skyscapes tend to become progressively more rewarding from mid afternoon, on…
The photo above includes part of the same cloud mass which dominates the image atop this post.
The same “system” eventually built the “skyscraper” that is its final image.