If visitors arrived from another planet and took an overall view of our common problems, I presume they would tell us “overpopulation, lack of drinking water, lack of food, and you are ruining your own home, your planet”. Now; it would be naive to think we can do without the natural resources of our planet such as natural gas, but we must act in a sustainable way, and not succumb to greed and short sighted solutions – such as placing the world’s largest gas hub right in one of the world’s few remaining areas of wilderness.

Having previously blogged about James Price Point perhaps you are already familiar with the campaign to save James Price Point and have the world’s largest gas hub built in a better alternative place – not on top of sacred James Price Point, home to whales and endangered species. Crunch time for the Kimberley is now, get involved or this pristine wilderness is lost forever. The strong Broome community is presently campaigning and fighting everyday against the Woodside drilling equipment and vehicles. A group of photographers including among others, Nigel Gaunt, Christian Fletcher and David Bettini – and yours truly – have been invited to participate in an exhibition in Broome in October, I am proud to be part of it.

Featuring footage from Michael Fletcher and my own self, I have created this video that will play at the exhibition. Be sure to watch in HD and fullscreen, click the fullscreen icon on the video player below (between HD and vimeo logo)

These are my 5 prints for the exibition. The prints are for sale, all proceeds go directly to the campaign.


The last image in the video is a Photoshop creation of mine, two images combined, that you can view here:

JPP Starry Magic copy

Get involved, read more about James Price Point: Environs Kimberley, Wilderness Society, Save the Kimberley


14 thoughts on “James Price Point video and Exhibition

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  1. Jamie Paterson 10 years ago

    Hi Flemming,

    Great video, great cause. Don’t forget that JPP is always home to one of the most significant ‘dinsaur highways’ in the world.


    1. Flemming Bo Jensen 10 years ago

      Thank you Jamie. Yes I know about the amazing ‘dinosaur highway’ it’s one more reason in a long line of reasons why JPP is not the best site for the gas hub.

  2. muzz 10 years ago

    Beautiful thoughtful work as always. Congratulations on your selection as an exhibitor as well.

    1. Flemming Bo Jensen 10 years ago

      Thanks Muzz. With my present luck with the West Australian Postal Service I really fear my prints will not make it in time for exhibition 🙁

  3. Charlene 10 years ago

    Great video buddy. And congrats on the exhibition selection!

    1. Flemming Bo Jensen 10 years ago

      Thanks buddy, thanks for the help too. At least the video will make it (I hope to the exhibition) if the prints remain stuck in transit “#€%#€%€%# Postal service!! :/

  4. Stephen Williams 10 years ago

    amazing man, great job and beautiful video. hopefully your prints get through!!! and hope even more I get to visit this magical place in person before it is lost forever….. obviously the main part being it’s never lost for ever though!

    1. Flemming Bo Jensen 10 years ago

      Thank you Stephen. Yes you must get yourself up there soon, it could very well be gone forever – James Price Point certainly will be if the gas hub goes ahead, the 4km jetty is to be placed right smack on the beach you see in the video. See you up there next year? I’ll be in Broome for quite a while.

      1. Stephen Williams 10 years ago

        ah no, always the way…. lol. as of Wednesday I will be heading on down to Perth 🙁 few circumstances out of my control, but I will be getting back up here as soon as I can! so if that happens to be when you’re back then yes, i’ll head on up. if not we can always do something around Perth. or hit up the Stirlings like we talked all those years ago haha. surely our “roads” will cross sometime, and when they do look out world! 😀

  5. Kathryn Burrington 10 years ago

    Stunning photos. Unfortunately I can’t get the video to stream but I’ll try again later. All the very best with the exhibition and I wish you every success with the campaign.

  6. Margo 10 years ago

    I see now that you are in Broome. Love the video! And the photo shopped image gives an impression of what the stars can look like there. It must be hard to capture all the vastness of beauty.

    1. Flemming Bo Jensen 10 years ago

      Not in Broome yet, this was filmed last year. Glad you like the video. I will be in Broome next year.

  7. Gaye Wotherspoon 10 years ago

    Beautiful, beautiful images, thank you, from a Broomie who wants James Prices Point to stay this way forever.