a spectacular gust front associated with cyclone Narelle was captured about 25 nautical miles north-west of Onslow in Western Australia on Wednesday. The red tinge results from dust picked up from the Pilbara
Onslow is home to four massive marine fuel tanks, built during World War II. Onslow itself was bombed during the war. These days the tanks function as cyclone shelters; this one is 80 metres round, 25m across, 9m high and sits on private property owned by Onslow local Robert 'Buster' McDonald and his brother.
31 Likes, 2 Comments - annette ruzicka (@annetteruzickaphotography) on Instagram: “The lovely minni ritchi tree (or as i like to call it 'lionel ritchie tree') found on Hamelin…”