A Photographic Exploration of the Pilbara
A Photographic Exploration of the Pilbara – photos and stories from last year’s long range camping excursion
Ann Storrie has produced numerous books featuring her outstanding underwater photography but, at the Busselton Naturalists Club’s March 14 meeting, you will see a different display of her wonderful artistic skills.
Last year, Ann took part in the Club’s long range excursion to the Pilbara and she will present a photographic exploration of the trip at our next meeting.
Starting at the Charles Darwin Reserve south of Payne’s Find, the camp-out included visits to Walga Rock and the Poona emerald field near Cue, Horseshoe Range and its copper and manganese mines, Weeleranna Station where we looked for night parrots, Newman and its iron ore mines and finally Weeli Wolli Creek where a massive underground water supply flows to the surface.
Birds, wildflowers, insects and spiders will all feature in Ann’s beautiful photography.
Then, to highlight her excellent photography skills, Club president Bernie Masters will show some far less impressive photos from the final stage of the camping trip that Ann could not take part in! 🙂
Bernie’s photos cover the Mt Webber billabong campsite west of Marble Bar and Carawine Gorge near the Woodiwoodi manganese mine east of the town.
The meeting will be held on Thursday March 14 at the Senior Citizens Centre, 22 Peel Terrace, Busselton, commencing at 7.30pm.
Entry is free and the public is most welcome to attend, although a gold coin donation is requested from visitors to cover hall hire costs.