On the far south coast I hiked the slopes of Frenchman Peak in the stunning Cape Le Grande National Park, Esperance.
I think of light in terms of of painterly, mysterious, dramatic, soft or hard quality. Rapidly changing light makes for challenging conditions.
Nearly every coastal town has a back beach, the one that is less popular with the visitors but well known to the locals. It is usually accessed via a dirt track leading somewhere over the dunes.
Tracks, Donnelly River, represents on one hand the emptiness of the coast. Yet on the other hand there is clear evidence of animal activity, even if it’s not always observed.