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BIGGEST TIDE FOR THE YEAR

Dampier Creek and Broome April 1st, 2006, the highest tide for the year, with a high of 9.61ms and a low of -0.45m.

Jacks Creek, Roebuck Bay, Broome

Scenic Roebuck Bay, and Jacks creek and the surrounding creek systems filling with water on a big high tide.

High tide in the Mangroves

Patterns in the Mangroves at the Dampier Creek mouth.

Reddell Beach, Broome 1

High Tide at Reddell beach, with the red pindan cliffs bleeding into the normally aqua waters off Broome.

Reddell Beach, Broome 2

High Tide at Reddell beach, with the red pindan cliffs coloring into the normally aqua Broome water.

Broome Town Aerial

Surrounded by water on both sides, Broome floats in a sea of blue.

Broome and Dampier Creek

Broome and a favourite fishing spot for locals and tourists alike, Dampier Creek on a huge tide.

"Empathy, is the key to my photography, allowing me to understand my subjects and exposing their inner feelings in my images."
Leon Mead Photography
PO Box 2365
Broome, WA, 6725
Phone: 08 9192 5587
Mobile: 0421 615 975
leon@leonmeadphotography.com
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