Not everything found in the Kimberley is alive, flourishing, or green.
A burnt out, abandoned bus in bush near Highway 1 south of Broome above, and below, a rusty but still used barge in Wyndham.
A former pearl lugger engine shed, then fish factory, now unused in Chinatown, Broome.
Formerly a fishing boat from Broome, now a part of various landscape furniture:
Then, a long gone caravan on floats, at the vagaries of big tides, mosquitos and sand flies:
Next, an abandoned camp in the Great sandy Desert.
That’s me on another long gone fishing vessel in Broome, The “Beadon”. Named after a creek from Onslow, now an oil and gas town on the Pilbara coast. The Beadon was a trap fishing vessel in the same period as a picture above of Patricia II.
The next pic features a renovated sail maker’s shed, then a disused diesel power station, replaced with modern gas power system.
A very common scene in the Kimberley, an abandoned trailer near Wolfe Creek.