As it already gets pitch black at 7 pm in western australia, we were driving around port hedland to have a look at the big port, which apparently is the biggest one in western australia. We couldnt even get close, of course, but when we came to a pier on the other side, there where some guys fishing.. the difference between low and high tide is 8 meters, and due to the super heavy cargo ships, the water is up to 100m deep at that spot. So a lot of local people are fishing there in the evening, getting up to 30kg fishes out of the sea. While we where there and watching the guys, the pulled out a 1m shark and a huge stingray. both were thrown in the water again as they are protected. The local guys where quite fun, as we got to know the “real” australians
here are some impressions of the night and what some of them do with their small bait fish…
Posted on November 18, 2011, in mixed photography and tagged aussi, australia, beer, boats, fish, fishing, fishing rod, foto, foto story, fotografi, iron, Michael Hornbogen, night, person, photo, pier, port hedland, portrait, Rap, sea, south hedland, story, wa, water, western australia. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.