The Pilbara in a week

I’m a freelance photographer & Journalist travelling to remote areas of Western Australia, taking photographs and writing articles about projects developing and attracting workers into small communities.

I have now come to Port Hedland for a short period of time to learn and capture as much of the experience with the Pilbara Project in one week as I can.

I hope to return someday to Port Hedland to cover one of the West End Markets held four times a year and further my studies and photographs of this project.

I strive to make every photograph and story unique to suit every community and what they represent.

Salt Lake next to Rio Tinto Minerals (Dampier Salt)

A Mitchell road train transporting salt form Rio Tinto Minerals (Dampier Salt) to the loading docks at Port Hedland Wharf.

Workers safety helmet lying along side the MT. Newman Port Hedland rail way line.

Old BHP Iron Ore Train MT. Newman Joint Venture

HBI plant

Iron Ore train standing on the MT. Newman Port Hedland rail way line.

Salt crystals from the salt Lake next to Rio Tinto Minerals (Dampier Salt).

Rock formation on Funicane Island.

MT. Newman Port Hedland rail way line.

HBI plant at Port Hedland

Pylons

Iron Ore train standing on the MT. Newman Port Hedland rail way line.


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2 Responses to “The Pilbara in a week”
  1. Awesome pics! Nice work!

  2. Jacqueline Reeves Jacqueline Reeves says:

    I really enjoyed the time i spent here in Port Hedland and planning on coming back in this year to cover some other projects developing in the area.

    Freelance Photographer & Journalist , Jacqueline Reeves

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