Cossack is a historic 'ghost town' located on the mouth of the Harding River. The site was the home for WA's pearling industry until the 1880's.
This photo was taken at f/4, using a 30 second exposure and a high ISO setting of ISO6400.
It was a nice dark night, very still, with no moon. The area has very little light pollution to affect the shot as the nearest major city is nearly 2000km away :)
For effect, I 'painted' the 'Galbraith' building with torchlight during the exposure. Steve