The Location: "The Other Side of the Moon" is the name given to a barren, windswept area of limestone outcrop on the Cape Naturaliste National Park, near Dunsborough, WA. It is part of a walking trail managed by CALM, the Department of Conservation and Land Management. The walking trail also takes in the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, and Whale Watching platforms on the northern cliff areas. The walk took us about 2 hours with a handful of children along, and several stops for photo and video opportunities.
We were lucky to have some striking cloud formations to photograph, though explaining to small city-raised boys that "a bit of rain won't hurt you" took some doing. Out to sea, you can view some squalls on their way inland, destined to make our lives more "interesting".
Tech Specs: We used a Canon EOS 620 with the 35ml end of a 35-105ml lens. VR stitching done with QuickTime VR Authoring Studio 1.0, postproduction with Photoshop 5.0.