We always find getting up into the air above a place provides perspective. And in the case of Broome, WA, one can see the Kimberley for what it is – a vast flat savannah that borders an incredibly rich and diverse marine ecosystem. We spent days on the water in small boats looking for the elusive snubfin and humpback dolphins. We saw dugongs over the grass beds of Roebuck Bay and flatback turtles along the beach. There were bottlenose dolphins along the beach and the dwarf spinner dolphins were 15 miles off the coast chasing bait balls with the birds, tuna and sailfish. But here are a few pictures of life at sunset along the coast of Broome, WA.