Salt V, part of a second series from Shark Bay, Western Australia. Taken from a small plane. In the South-western region of the bay is Useless Loop. The shallow harbour was deemed useless by early explorers. Today the solar slat operation built in the harbour produces 1.5 million tonnes of salt per annum. The salt crystallisation ponds are an aerial photographer’s dream with endless creative possibilities. The colours of the shallow salt water, the patterns drawn by the crystallising salt and strong winds turn photographs into paintings. Swipe left from details from the same cover image.
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Phantom feelings envelop empty roads. No signs in sight, save for those spectral mists that grace tree tops in the distance. There and then gone the closer you get, the further you go. Like most things, eventually.