This photo was taken on one of the early morning shoots during our week with the Pros. I was walking up Redbank Bridge when a train was heading out to the mine. I love the calmness and beauty of the sunrise over the salt ponds and yet at the same time the speeding train wagons in the foreground don’t look out of place.
I know of nowhere else where you can watch the big ships go sliding past and only a few feet of water seperating you from them as they make the journey into the harbour …… Port Hedland is know as “The Port of Big Ships”
So glad I am a photographer. This isn’t a landscape photograph, well it sort of is, it’s an industrial landscape.
One wonders why the people working in the mining industry get paid well, take a look at what there doing in 40+ degree temperatures, I would expect the same. Photography in 40+ heat doesn’t count as it is fun!!!