Montgomery Reef


I am back in town now after a very enjoyable, but somewhat exhausting 2 weeks on True North. I managed to drop a couple of kilos with all of the rock hopping I did, so that was a bit of a bonus.

I will catch up with all of the blogs as time permits.

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13 Responses to Montgomery Reef

  1. Andrea Green says:

    Absolutely stunning shots Mark. I love all the little cracks along the sides, well I suppose there rivers but in the shots it looks like lot's of really cool cracks.

  2. Love it mate. You always get stunning shots from this location. Is it possible to fly over it from the mainland at all?

    Jamie

  3. Tim Wootton says:

    This is an amazing place from the air, so much different than at sea level! another batch of fine images Mark.

  4. Stunning Mark – no doubting this is an amazing location too. Have you or is there any diving to be done around here ? (without being eaten – haha)

  5. Andrea the rickets are caused by 600 square km rising up caused by the lower tide.

    Jamie, it would be possible by flying from Broome but it would cost a bit as it is a fair way up there.

    Thanks Tim, yep I rate Montgomery eh…especially from the aire!

    Tony, not surewhatwould get you first… The sharks or the crocks!

  6. haha – yes just as I had anticipated… Good to sign that we haven't destroyed or dominated the place yet ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Give us some time and I am sure we will stuff it mate!

  8. dave bettini says:

    G'day mate

    Wonderful range of shots Mark.

    Thankyou so much for such a great trip and for going out of your way to make sure Kim and I got the most out the TN experience. I'm almost speechless as to how much as too how much I got out the trip. Thanks a BILLION buddy!

    Cheers

    Dave

  9. Welcome back Mark … enjoyed living out the Kimberlys through your daily posts and images …

  10. Thanks Mr Spool!

    We will have to catch up for a shoot soon!

  11. Tom Parkes says:

    Sensational mate, looks very enticing, beaut colours.