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N 3 B 7 C 0 E Sep 3, 2017 F Jan 18, 2018
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Series of 4 shots.

The Horizontal Falls or Horizontal Waterfalls in the Kimberley region of Western Australia were described by Sir David Attenborough as "One of the greatest wonders of the natural world". They are formed by a break in-between the McLarty ranges reaching up to 25m in width.

The phenomenon is created as seawater builds up faster on one side of the gaps than the other, creating a waterfall up to 5m high on a King tide. Within each change of the tide the direction of the falls reverses, creating vast tidal whirlpool.

The boat we went through the gap in was 900hp & 3.8 metres wide. As you can see from the photos with the strong tides you need a powerful boat & when the boat stopped in the gap (deliberately to scare us) I was that person thinking OMG!

Tags:   Horizontal Falls Kimberley Kimberley region Talbot Bay Australia Western Australia Sir David Attenborough Waterfalls

N 2 B 6 C 0 E Sep 3, 2017 F Jan 18, 2018
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Series of 4 shots.

The Horizontal Falls or Horizontal Waterfalls in the Kimberley region of Western Australia were described by Sir David Attenborough as "One of the greatest wonders of the natural world". They are formed by a break in-between the McLarty ranges reaching up to 25m in width.

The phenomenon is created as seawater builds up faster on one side of the gaps than the other, creating a waterfall up to 5m high on a King tide. Within each change of the tide the direction of the falls reverses, creating vast tidal whirlpool.

The boat we went through the gap in was 900hp & 3.8 metres wide. As you can see from the photos with the strong tides you need a powerful boat & when the boat stopped in the gap (deliberately to scare us) I was that person thinking OMG!

Tags:   Horizontal Falls Kimberley Kimberley region Talbot Bay Australia Western Australia Sir David Attenborough Waterfalls High powered boat

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Series of 4 shots.

The Horizontal Falls or Horizontal Waterfalls in the Kimberley region of Western Australia were described by Sir David Attenborough as "One of the greatest wonders of the natural world". They are formed by a break in-between the McLarty ranges reaching up to 25m in width.

The phenomenon is created as seawater builds up faster on one side of the gaps than the other, creating a waterfall up to 5m high on a King tide. Within each change of the tide the direction of the falls reverses, creating vast tidal whirlpool.

The boat we went through the gap in was 900hp & 3.8 metres wide. As you can see from the photos with the strong tides you need a powerful boat & when the boat stopped in the gap (deliberately to scare us) I was that person thinking OMG!

Tags:   Horizontal Falls Kimberley Kimberley region Talbot Bay Australia Western Australia Sir David Attenborough Waterfalls High powered boat

N 2 B 3 C 1 E Sep 3, 2017 F Jan 18, 2018
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Series of 4 shots.

The Horizontal Falls or Horizontal Waterfalls in the Kimberley region of Western Australia were described by Sir David Attenborough as "One of the greatest wonders of the natural world". They are formed by a break in-between the McLarty ranges reaching up to 25m in width.

The phenomenon is created as seawater builds up faster on one side of the gaps than the other, creating a waterfall up to 5m high on a King tide. Within each change of the tide the direction of the falls reverses, creating vast tidal whirlpool.

The boat we went through the gap in was 900hp & 3.8 metres wide. As you can see from the photos with the strong tides you need a powerful boat & when the boat stopped in the gap (deliberately to scare us) I was that person thinking OMG!

Tags:   Horizontal Falls Kimberley Kimberley region Talbot Bay Australia Western Australia Sir David Attenborough Waterfalls

N 1 B 3 C 0 E Nov 21, 2017 F Jan 18, 2018
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