“Living in High Contrast” is a photography series of Fremantle Prison. Located on a small hill in Fremantle, Western Australia, the prison becomes a fascinating landmark and was included in the National Heritage List.
Built by the convicts in the 1850s, Fremantle Prison was first used in June 1855 and it was used for nearly 140 years. In 1991, the last prisoners were moved to the new prison at Casuarina and Fremantle Prison became a historical site opened for public.
“Fremantle Prison” by State Library of Western Australia;
“Fremantle Prison” by Tourism WA Corporate;
“Fremantle Prison, Western Australia” by Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.