Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden jetty (pier) in the southern hemisphere,stretching almost 2 km out to sea from the town of Busselton, Western Australia. Because the shallow waters of Geographe Bay restricted ship movement, a long jetty was required so that the cut timber could be transported to the ships. (Wikipedia)
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quovadis (871) 2013-02-08 19:23
Hi Barry !
An interesting presentation of the pier from an unusual perspective. B/W mode suits very well overall the scene. The image gives enough depth of field to the frame, and the folks walking along the track provide an extra reason to think about the well developed structure. I am just not sure if the pier also connects passengers to the cruise liners...?
Well done, thanks for sharing !