Nat­u­ral spec­ta­cle over Pil­bara

Pilbara News - - News - Tom Zaun­mayr

■ One of the North West’s most pop­u­lar nat­u­ral phe­nom­ena will be­gin again from to­mor­row night on mud­flats across the Pil­bara.

Stair­case to the Moon will start from 6.55pm and can be seen at Hear­son’s Cove, Cos­sack, Point Samson and Onslow.

It will con­tinue over the next two days at 7.32pm and 8.11pm, re­spec­tively.

Lo­cals and vis­i­tors in the Pil­bara can ex­pect 26 stair­cases this year, with the next event to take place from April 23 to 25.

A full sched­ule is avail­able on page 27 in the Pil­bara News Dampier Ar­chi­pel­ago tide book­let. For those want­ing to pho­to­graph the stair­case, play with cam­era set­tings around a 4.5 aper­ture, ISO of 1000 and shut­ter speed of more than 1/200.

Pic­ture: Tom Zaun­mayr

Stair­case to the Moon at Hear­son’s Cove.

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