Finally a shot of all of us, taken during the shoot for the ‘Ghost Town’ music video. The aim of this clip was to have us trekking around a small fishing town in Western Australia – a favourite destination of ours (as mentioned in a previous post, my family has an old, structurally-questionable caravan up there) – trying to avoid other people from getting in shot to accentuate the deserted feel of the song. We didn’t actually have to try too hard at all. There was literally no-one around. This shot was taken by photographer and videographer, Agnetha Berg, at a beach known simply as ‘Back Beach’ – away from the small harbour/lagoon, the coast bends around a peninsula, effectively placing this beach at the ‘back’ of the town. It was flawlessly beautiful. Not a hint of wind around (in a place famous for it). A gold, then later, purple, sky. And there was no-one else to see it; just kilometres of beach to ourselves. We loitered there for a while, until the sun was gone, as much to savour the moment than for anything to do with a music video.
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