Pandanus Palms at Cape Leveque

In an area normally off-limits to tourists (past East Beach at Cape Leveque), there’s some sacred Aboriginal land in and around the sand dunes near Hunters Creek. Fortunately, Ken has connections and was able to get a local Aboriginal guide, Gavin Hunter, to come  with us into the dunes so we could do some photography at sunset.

A group of Pandanus Palms took our interest as we photographed them among the sand dunes over the course of a few hours. As the light changed, the palms presented a different and unique image each time.

This set of 3 images is my favourite from the evening. They’re available for purchase separately, or as a set at a discounted price.

Pandanus Palms at Cape Leveque 1

Pandanus Palms at Cape Leveque 1. Purchase this print.

I ran a poll on Facebook to see which one was the favourite, but the results were split very evenly – with the one above winning out by just a few votes over the one below.

Pandanus Palms in Twilight at Cape Leveque

Pandanus Palms in Twilight at Cape Leveque. Purchase this print.

This last one was the least favourite, but only by a few votes again.

Pandanus Palms at Cape Leveque 2

Pandanus Palms at Cape Leveque 2. Purchase this print.

Thanks very much for looking, and as always I appreciate your comments and feedback.

 

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