Bigge Island storm front

Not long after arriving at Bigge Island, I went on a heli fly around the area. From the air this jumped out at me as having some potential for a shoot, so I rounded Dave Bettini up and off we went in one of the tenders and spent over 2 hours at this location.

It was very peaceful and the shooting positions were both elevated and comfortable to shoot from.

There was a thunderstorm brewing over the Mitchell Plateau we could see off in the distance and sure enough it made its way west to find us.

This capture shows the line of the storm front and yes, we did get wet!

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5 Responses to Bigge Island storm front

  1. Andrea Green says:

    WOW again Mark, geez I'm getting a bit sick and tired of all of your amazing photo's LOL.

    Hey you should enter The Weather Channels Calendar competition. They want photo's to put into a calendar here's the link http://www.weatherchannel.com.au/weatherwatcher/competit...
    Not sure if the link worked properly but you can just paste it into your browser. Have a look if you like.

  2. Andrea Green says:

    Yeh Yeh no need to show off now LOL πŸ™‚

  3. Lokking good there Mark – love the vivid colours of the Kimberley in this one. Wish the images were larger to view on the new blog though πŸ™‚

    happy traveling !