Capturing the Kimberley Coast

Come this Saturday 12th of March True North Mark and I are flying to Broome to join up with David Bettini and Greg Munyard and do a 13 day cruise up the remarkable wilderness of the Kimberley Coast on board the True North. Pictured here is an image I captured back in November at James Price Point on the Kimberley Coast. We are venturing much further North than this to explore coastline, rivers, reefs and points I have never seen before; am awfully excited.


Farewell Polaris, good day True North

For the past 6 weeks as I have been creating the website and blog for my friend True North Mark my office has been rather fantastic. I have been living on Mark’s boat Polaris in the Fremantle harbour and I present a polaroid of a favourite time on the boat; coffee at sunset.

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Living on Polaris has been simply marvelous and healing for the soul. A record Summer in Fremantle and the great South Beach right next door has been pure sun & water therapy (if there is such a thing, there should be). I thank you deeply Mark, it is awesome! I am a nomad favoured by good karma presently, as I mentioned earlier I am stepping right onto Mark’s other boat – the incredible True North. Captured here by Christian in the heli is True North and I from Papua New Guinea:

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Stay tuned for images from our Kimberley adventure, I hope to post a few along the way. Till then, be well.


PS. If you find yourself living on a boat, these tips may come in handy. When sleeping in a bunk, try not to have intense dreams and sit up really fast. Ouch! When drying board shorts on a windy night, don’t leave them out on the back deck as they will not be there in the morning. And if you’re a Star Wars geek, shout “That wasn’t a laser blast, something hit us” when you knock your head on the bathroom door for the umpteenth time!

18 Comments on “Capturing the Kimberley Coast”

  1. Hey Flemming, hard to tell from this photo but are your toes starting to web together a little these days? 🙂

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