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Clean Sweep

I’m leaving Broome today. I have a 6-7 hour drive to Port Headland where I’ll stay overnight before I head to Exmouth. Almost the entire coast between here and Port Headland is beach. It is known as 80 Mile Beach, which is an understatement because it is much longer than 80 miles.

If you look at a map, the beach is very smooth and circular which have lead some to speculate that a meteor might have hit the Earth off the coast here sometime in the past.

Despite working on my photos in Broome, I wasn’t able to upload that many due to internet connection issues. It would drop every few minutes canceling any upload I attempted. I do have a few photos up from Purnululu (aka the Bungle Bungle mountains).

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  1. Neerav says:

    Hi Gary

    Try and get a photo of 80 mile beach at sunset after the tide has gone out.

    I did when I visited 5 years ago and it’s still one of my favourite photos

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